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I'd like to print the complete source code of my java project, which has multiple .java files in several packages (i.e. folders), many .properties files and many .xml files, and others.

I want to use \lstinputlisting from the listings package but I don't want to add these commands one by one to the document.

The alternative would be to write some script that generates a file with those \lstinputlisting commands for all files, however I'd rather want to know if such a program already exists.

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Something like find . -name "*.java" | awk '{print "\\lstinputlisting[style=java]{"$0"}";}' >javalistings.tex? –  Daniel Aug 16 '12 at 20:25
    
I'm using Windows. –  Gabriel Belingueres Aug 17 '12 at 11:14
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@GabrielBelingueres, that is OK. Either install VBox and put Linux on it (both free) and then mount shared your windows disk into Linux. Or install Cygwin directly into windows, also free. Then you can use the above command by Daniel on windows. –  Nasser Jan 22 '13 at 4:31
    
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If you use a Unix OS you can execute the following command:

find . -name "*.java" | awk '{print "\\lstinputlisting[style=java]{"$0"}";}' >javalistings.tex

If you are using Windows you can install CygWin to get an Unix-Shell.

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