I don't see how this follows, when this discussion clearly established
that native JSON parsing is much faster than parsing in Lisp.
We also established that current native performance is not fast enough to handle real-world scenarios.
I also don't see where did "a lot of time" come from, I think it's an
exaggeration, given the processing speed shown by benchmarks in this
I said that *if* this is the case. You said that if 50% is spent in decoding it is not enough to justify the risk of crashing emacs. What I am saying is that IMO if 50% of the time is spent in decoding data that comes from Jansson it will be enough to justify not using Jansson at all and writing the whole Json parsing in Emacs Source tree.