$ find path... -type f | xargs pr -Fe2 | lprThis works quite well. But when most of the files are short and only a few take more than one page I end up with a lot of blank lines. A waste of paper.
What I want is to omit pagination but retain the headers which allow me to tell where one file ends and another begins. pr(1) options -t and -T do not help, so I came up with my own solution:
#!/bin/sh # printcode: prints out a bunch of text code files # expanding each tab to two spaces and marking the # beginning of each file, without using form feeds. # # Public domain # Author: Antonio Bonifati http://ninuzzo.freehostia.com # By default pretty print all files in the current directory. [ "$1" ] || set . for i in $(find "$@" -type f); do echo -e "\n==========> $i\n" expand -t2 $i done