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'dict' object is not callable
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Python Python 2.7.1: /usr/local/bin/python
Linux 2.6.18-238.9.1.el5 #1 SMP Tue Apr 12 18:10:13 EDT 2011 x86_64
MoinMoin Release 1.2.1 [Revision 1.184]
Tue Feb 14 14:30:19 2012

A problem occurred in a Python script. Here is the sequence of function calls leading up to the error, in the order they occurred.

 /home/rubys/web/ in run(self=<MoinMoin.request.RequestCGI instance>)
  492                 if config.allow_extended_names:
  493                     Page(query).send_page(self, count_hit=1)
  494                 else:
  495                     from import Parser
Page = <class MoinMoin.Page.Page>, query = 'PaceAllowDuplicateIDs', ).send_page undefined, self = <MoinMoin.request.RequestCGI instance>, count_hit undefined

 /home/rubys/web/ in send_page(self=<MoinMoin.Page.Page instance>, request=<MoinMoin.request.RequestCGI instance>, msg='', **keywords={'count_hit': 1})
  609         else:
  610             # parse the text and send the page content
  611             self.send_page_content(request, Parser, body)
  613             # check for pending footnotes
self = <MoinMoin.Page.Page instance>, self.send_page_content = <bound method Page.send_page_content of <MoinMoin.Page.Page instance>>, request = <MoinMoin.request.RequestCGI instance>, Parser = <class>, body = '\n== Abstract ==\n\nAllow multiple atom:entry eleme...riptions.\n\n== Notes ==\n\n\n----\n\nCategoryProposals\n'

 /home/rubys/web/ in send_page_content(self=<MoinMoin.Page.Page instance>, request=<MoinMoin.request.RequestCGI instance>, Parser=<class>, body='\n== Abstract ==\n\nAllow multiple atom:entry eleme...riptions.\n\n== Notes ==\n\n\n----\n\nCategoryProposals\n', needsupdate=0)
  710         try:
  711             exec code
  712         except 'CacheNeedsUpdate': # if something goes wrong, try without caching
  713            self.send_page_content(request, Parser, body, needsupdate=1)
code = <code object ? at 0x2b241a7a56b0, file "PaceAllowDuplicateIDs", line 2>


: 'dict' object is not callable