JStubGen generates empty implementations of methods based on the method signatures. This allows a bunch of empty *.java or *.class files to be distributed to third parties without the fear of decompilation. These empty implementations are called "stubs". In this context, "stubs" don't have anything to do with "stubs" in other contexts (such as RMI). Clients would use these stubs to allow compilation of their very own applications against some API, even if the real API implementation is hidden in some embedded device.
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