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4329 rpcgen(1): Four output files are generated by default

@@ -2,11 +2,11 @@
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-.TH RPCGEN 1 "Aug 24, 2009"
+.TH RPCGEN 1 "Dec 16, 2013"
 rpcgen \- an RPC protocol compiler

@@ -43,11 +43,11 @@
 \fBRPC\fR protocol. The input to \fBrpcgen\fR is a language similar to C known
 as \fBRPC\fR Language (Remote Procedure Call Language).
 The \fBrpcgen\fR utility is normally used as in the first synopsis where it
-takes an input file and generates three output files. If the \fIinfile\fR is
+takes an input file and generates four output files. If the \fIinfile\fR is
 named \fBproto.x\fR, then \fBrpcgen\fR generates a header in \fBproto.h\fR,
 \fBXDR\fR routines in \fBproto_xdr.c\fR, server-side stubs in
 \fBproto_svc.c\fR, and client-side stubs in \fBproto_clnt.c\fR. With the
 \fB-T\fR option, it also generates the \fBRPC\fR dispatch table in