New package : lspce - a simple LSP Client for Emacs

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  • lspce

    LSP Client for Emacs implemented as a module using rust.

  • simdjson

    Parsing gigabytes of JSON per second : used by Facebook/Meta Velox, the Node.js runtime, WatermelonDB, Apache Doris, Milvus, StarRocks

    I have same question as /u/JDRiverRun : how do you deal with JSON, do you parse json on Rust side or on Emacs side. I see that you are requiring json.el in your lspce.el, but I haven't looked through entire file carefully. If you parse on Rust side, do you use simdjson (there are at least two Rust bindings to it)? If yes, what are your impressions, experiences compared to more "standard" json library?

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  • test-data

    sample json file for testing

    Update: I just did some testing on a >20MB JSON file.

  • emacs-simdjson

    simdjson binding of Emacs Lisp

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