Would you like to use the find command from the Mac OS command line terminal?
If you are using brew then you may do this very simply.
Its always a good idea to run the brew doctor before any installation.
$> brew doctor
Follow any steps the ‘doctor’ tells you to keep your brew in good health.
Be sure to run the brew update command.
$> brew update
With everything in order you can now install the brew find utilities like this.
$> brew install findutils
The brew installation expects you to use the ‘gfind’ command. If you are used to typing ‘find’, you can simply alias the command like this.
$> echo "alias find='gfind'" >> ~/.bash_profile
Now you have the find command available to you at the command line terminal on your Mac OSX.