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This is of course caused by the the attempt of Windows to copy the file to the recycle bin before deleting it...
Which begs the question "Why would Windows copy it instead of renaming it?" (But then, what is Windows if not rational?)

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In reply to Re^2: Call for Compiler Error Conundrums by QM
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