Heh. Waiting for someone to vote you down because you mentioned that another language was sometimes superior to Perl :) (I won't vote someone down for that, though)
I don't know Parse::RecDescent...yet. However, as a matter of style, might I suggest that you reduct this to a minimal test case in which the problem is replicable? Perhaps you've done that (hence my comment about not knowing Parse::RecDescent), but I suspect you haven't. Trying to wade through so many lines of code to get to the actual problem makes it more difficult to assist you.
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