I practise javadoc on my sources from the commandline (i.c. spawned from an application)
Since some time I started to make use of downloaded .jar's
Compilation works as a charm.
Now javadoc is complaining that some imports from and references to external .jar's can't be checked.
The javadoc output is correct, but I would like to suppress (that is solve) the error messages.
I tried the -classpath option but that is probably not the right way.
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