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  1. using the "fastXmlPull" parser which Fluid uses to parse HTML for its renderer Renderer
  2. using John Resig's HTML parser (now delivered in env.js). Resig's parser was first announced on his blog at http://ejohn.org/blog/pure-javascript-html-parser/ and the freshest instance of the source seems to be held in his github for env.js at http://github.com/jeresig/env-js/tree/master
  3. using the browser's native DOM, available as the return from an XmlHttpRequest
  4. Thomas Frank's "xml2json" parser, held at http://www.thomasfrank.se/xml_to_json.html. Frank references a better implementation held at www.terracoder.com, however this site as of the time of writing has been down for several weeks.

The Python code is currently attached to JIRA FLUID-2816, whereas the Java and Javascript tests are held in sandbox incubator SVN at https://source.fluidproject.org/svn/incubator/engage-sketches/trunk.

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