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Command to format code from repo into single markdown file
I'm trying to flatten a repository of Python code into a Markdown file where each file is formatted like:
# contents of file1.py
I'm using this command:
find . -name "*.py" -print0 | while read -d $'\0' file; do echo "`" echo "$file" echo "`" echo "```python" cat "$file" echo "```" echo done > all_code.md
But I'm getting this errors:
zsh: no such file or directory: \n echo ./tests/tests_formatter.py\n echo zsh: no such file or directory: python\n cat ./tests/tests_formatter.py \n echo
I would appreciate any suggestions on getting this command or alternative commands to achieve the expected result.