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[Condor-users] Checking if a binary file is compiled for condor

Dear All,

I would like to write a C/C++ program to verify if a given executable
has been compiled with condor_compile or not. In the command line, I
know that something like this:

strings foo_condor.x | grep -m 1 condor_exec.exe | wc -l

works, returning one (or zero) if the string condor_exec.exe is
defined (or not) inside the file foo_condor.x. Is there anyway of
detecting this inside C? For instance, how does condor check for this?

Bruno Miguel Tavares Goncalves, MS
PhD Candidate
Emory University
Department of Physics
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