The superobject json parser or successor to it is in the mOrMot library I believe See http://synopse.info. But that is json bloatware (but really well written if you can use all that overhead that belongs in separate units)
Better have a look at the standard fcl-json package first. It comes with FPC.
everything json tends to be waywaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over complicated and codebloated for such a simple syntax.
Quote from: Thaddy on February 27, 2016, 11:24:41 ameverything json tends to be waywaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over complicated and codebloated for such a simple syntax.That "simple syntax" also causes a number of issues, as the JSON spec has holes in it that are open to interpretation in parsers. I recently read a fairly detailed whitepaper (which I can't find now, I wish I had saved it) analyzing the issues in the spec and how various parsers try to deal with them in different ways. So JSON, while simple in nature, is not without its share of problems, especially in the area of exchanging data between systems. There are compatibility issues to watch out for.
Hi All!just published a pascal port of the jsmn code.this is an small and extremly fast json parserhttps://github.com/blestan/jsmn
the json parser evolved in fpc-xon ... json is one of the format that xon can handle