Traceback on user error

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When a file is in a toctree, and has been built successfuly before ; I believe it gets in build/doctree or whatever, which is reused for the next build. However, if we forcefully remove that file (or directory) without removing it from the toctree, and then rebuild the project, sphinx will traceback (KeyError).

This is not a big issue, but as the console error message suggested I report it, I did.

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