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       grmic - Generate stubs for Remote Method Invocation


       grmic [OPTION] ... class ...


       grmic is a utility included with "libgcj" which generates stubs for remote objects.

       Note that this program isn't yet fully compatible with the JDK grmic.  Some options, such
       as -classpath, are recognized but currently ignored.  We have left these options
       undocumented for now.

       Long options can also be given with a GNU-style leading --.  For instance, --help is


           By default, grmic deletes intermediate files.  Either of these options causes it not
           to delete such files.

           Cause grmic to create stubs and skeletons for the 1.1 protocol version.

           Cause grmic to create stubs and skeletons compatible with both the 1.1 and 1.2
           protocol versions.  This is the default.

           Cause grmic to create stubs and skeletons for the 1.2 protocol version.

           Don't compile the generated files.

           Print information about what grmic is doing.

       -d directory
           Put output files in directory.  By default the files are put in the current working

           Print a help message, then exit.

           Print version information, then exit.



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