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       jrpcgen - an RPC protocol compiler


       jrpcgen [-options] x-file


       jrpcgen  is  a  tool  that  generates  Java  code  to  implement an RPC
       protocol.  The input to jrpcgen is a language similar to C known as RPC
       Language (Remote Procedure Call Language).

   where options include:
       -c <classname>
              specify class name of client proxy stub

       -d <dir>
              specify directory where to place generated source code files

       -p <package>
              specify package name for generated source code files

       -s <classname>
              specify class name of server proxy stub

       -ser   tag generated XDR classes as serializable

       -bean  generate accessors for usage as bean, implies -ser

              do not clamp version number in client method stubs

              supply call information to server method stubs

              initialize all strings to be empty instead of null

              do not make backups of old source code files

              do not create client proxy stub

              do not create server proxy stub

              parse x-file only but do not create source code files

              enable verbose output about what jrpcgen is doing

              print jrpcgen version and exit

       -debug enables printing of diagnostic messages

       -? -help
              print this help message and exit

       --     end options


       The  full  documentation for jrpcgen is maintained as a Texinfo manual.
       If the info and jrpcgen programs are properly installed at  your  site,
       the command

              info jrpcgen

       should give you access to the complete manual.