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javadoc: No public or protected classes found to document.

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I have 5 classes in my directory which is named "vss". Each of these classes is in the vss directory.
When I run the command:

All of the classes are documented except for one. When I try to run javadoc on just that class:

I get the error message:

This is the second time I've had this problem in the past two days, so I guess I need to figure it out instead of re-organizing my classes like I did the last time!
Here is the first portion of
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It's been a while since I ran javadoc by hand. More recently I have an ant build script that automates many such tasks for me. I suspect that you don't need the .java extension. Try removing it and see if that fixes your problem.
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