• id: A unique UUID for the query

  • project_id: id of project containing file to be read (or array of project_id’s) (required)

  • path: path to file to be read in target project (or array of paths) (required)

Read a text file in the project whose project_id is supplied.

Argument 'path' is relative to home directory in target project.

You can also read multiple project_id/path’s at once by making project_id and path arrays (of the same length). In that case, the result will be an array of {project_id, path, content} objects, in some random order. If there is an error reading a particular file, instead {project_id, path, error} is included.

Note: You need to have read access to the project, the Linux user user in the target project must have permissions to read the file and containing directories.


Read a text file.

curl -u sk_abcdefQWERTY090900000000: \
  -d project_id=e49e86aa-192f-410b-8269-4b89fd934fba \
  -d path=Assignments/A1/h1.txt \
==> {"event":"text_file_read_from_project",