Over in Tika Python, we've received a request for exposing the XHTML output that Tika provides. I noticed that in TikaJAXRS that the JSON output from /rmeta which Tika Python uses is different from tika-app's -J command. For example, see GrobidJournalParser. I'm not sure they should be different. Maybe they should. But it would be nice to at least provide maybe X:TIKA:XHTMLContent or something like that in /rmeta the same way that Tika-app -J provides.