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Want to browse big source code trees in your Kindle? This project provides utilities to help generating .mobi ebook files directly from arbitrary source trees. The src2html.pl script can generate an HTML tree from the source tree that you specify, for example: export PATH=/path/to/src2kindle:$PATH src2html.pl /path/to/my/src/tree/ 'Your Book Title' And then you can generate a mobi file using Calibre ( http://calibre-ebook.com/ ): ebook-convert /path/to/my/src/tree/index.html my-src.mobi \ --output-profile kindle_dx --no-inline-toc \ --title "Your Book Title" --publisher 'Your Name' \ --language en --authors 'Your Author Name' Maybe you could take a coffee break :) Note: On OS X you have to go to Preferences->Advanced->Miscellaneous and click install command line tools to make the command line tools available after you installed the app. On other platforms, just start a terminal and type the command. Here we use the value "kindle_dx" for the --output-profile option assuming that we want to view the ebook in Kindle DX. You should use "kindle" for other (smaller) models of Kindle. The ebook-convert utility is provided by Calibre, see its online documentation for full usage: http://calibre-ebook.com/user_manual/cli/ebook-convert.html Well you need both perl and python ;) Currently only the following files will be searched by src2html.pl according to their file extensions: .c .cpp .h .tt .js .pl .php .t .pod .xml .conf .pm6 .lzsql .lzapi .grammar .lua .java .sql .go You can edit the related regex in the Perl source of the src2html.pl to add or remove extensions that it will recognize.