Concatenates any files and sends them to stdout.
rclone cat sends any files to standard output.
You can use it like this to output a single file
rclone cat remote:path/to/file
Or like this to output any file in dir or subdirectories.
rclone cat remote:path/to/dir
Or like this to output any .txt files in dir or subdirectories.
rclone --include "*.txt" cat remote:path/to/dir
Use the --head flag to print characters only at the start, --tail for the end and --offset and --count to print a section in the middle. Note that if offset is negative it will count from the end, so --offset -1 --count 1 is equivalent to --tail 1.
rclone cat remote:path [flags]
--count int Only print N characters. (default -1) --discard Discard the output instead of printing. --head int Only print the first N characters. -h, --help help for cat --offset int Start printing at offset N (or from end if -ve). --tail int Only print the last N characters.
See the global flags page for global options not listed here.