# Remove file path from lstinputlisting

I would like to achieve the following ornament: For the university we have to convert code into a PDF. To make this easier I use the following macro:

\newcommand{\includecode}[2][code]{\lstinputlisting[escapechar=, style=code, title=#2]{#2} \bigskip}


However, the title displays the entire path of the file, not just the file name itself. How can I fix this?

Edit: This is the command I use for including files:

\includecode{Intelli/src/a19/a/Immobilie.java}


Regards

Andi

UPDATE: My final code. Maybe someone might like this solution in the future.

\makeatletter
\newcommand{\captcode}[1]{\filename@parse{#1}\filename@base.\filename@ext}
\makeatother

\newcommand{\includecode}[2][code]{\lstinputlisting[escapechar=, style=code, title=\captcode{#2}]{#2} \bigskip}


The LaTeX kernel has a file name parser that can be used to split the path into components:

\documentclass{article}

\makeatletter
\newcommand{\test}[1]{%
\filename@parse{#1}%
\begin{tabular}{ll}
Path: & #1\\
Area: & \filename@area\\
Base: & \filename@base\\
Extension:  & \filename@ext\\
Name: & \filename@base.\filename@ext\\
\end{tabular}%
}
\makeatother

\begin{document}
\test{Intelli/src/a19/a/Immobilie.java}
\end{document}