I am concatenating thousands of .txt files together but I want to keep the path written above the text of each .txt file so I can refer back to the directory to review files if needed.
file1.txt has the following content:
id: 1234 info: 1234 id: abcd info: abcd
The path to file1.txt is pathto/dir1/sub1/file1.txt
file2.txt has the following content:
id: 5678 info: 5678
The path to file2.txt is pathto/dir2/sub2/file2.txt
The .txt file after concatenating should be formatted like:
pathto/dir1/sub1/file1.txt id: 1234 info: 1234 id: abcd info: abcd pathto/dir2/sub2/file2.txt id: 5678 info: 5678
Concatenating alone does not print the path in between each concatenated .txt file which is what I am trying to accomplish.
I will also cd ~/ into
pathto/ and would need to run a command from there that will recursively scan all subdirectories looking for "file.txt" files