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error in file:   /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.0/Carp/Heavy.pm
 
line 79:  Bizarre copy of CODE in aassign
context:  
... 
75:  # them according to the format variables defined earlier in
76:  # this file and join them onto the $sub sub-routine string
77:  if ($hargs) {
78:  # we may trash some of the args so we take a copy
79:  @a = @DB::args; # must get local copy of args
80:  # don't print any more than $MaxArgNums
81:  if ($MaxArgNums and @a > $MaxArgNums) {
82:  # cap the length of $#a and set the last element to '...'
83:  $#a = $MaxArgNums;
... 
component stack:   /library/branch.html
/library/dhandler
code stack:   /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.0/Carp/Heavy.pm:79

debug info:   Debug file is '/var/lib/mason/debug/anon/18'.

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error while executing /library/branch.html:
Bizarre copy of CODE in aassign at /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.0/Carp/Heavy.pm line 79.