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Date 2012-04-13.06:20:32
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HTMLParser is still simpler than html5lib, but if/when possible we are following the HTML5 standard rather than taking arbitrary decisions (like we used to do before HTML5).  HTMLParser doesn't claim to be a fully compliant HTML5 parser (and probably never will) -- its goal is rather being able to parse real world HTML in the same way browsers do.  There are also a couple of corner cases that are not implemented in HTMLParser because it would make the code too complicated for a little gain.
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