I am writing my master thesis in LaTeX. For source code listings I use
minted package. However, my thesis supervisor pointed out that the anti-plagiarism software that is now used in my country will pick up code snippets and mark them as plagiarism (which is unavoidable since a lot of the code is in GLSL shader language and thus looks like all other shader programs). He makes his students insert source code as pictures from IDE.
So, I am looking for a way to either:
mintedoutput to images during LaTeX build
- I'm not sure if this would work, but I was also wondering if I could somehow strip "text" information from PDF file for source codes so they would appear on printed pages but would not be selectable/copyable (the anti-plagiarism system converts everything to TXT before processing)
BTW, some code span multiple pages so it can't be as easy as one listing-one picture.