Hi Matthias,

I put tsNet.dylib into the already existing externals folder
that was inside of the CGI-Executables folder where
the revdb.dylib and others reside as it seemed to be
the logical choice.  The error I was getting went away
and the script completes, but no message gets sent out.

I think we are close, but I must be missing some key
ingredient somewhere.

I’m thinking the tsNet.bundle file is just for building iOS Apps,
because I can’t find .bundle files in the server anywhere.



> On Mar 2, 2021, at 6:19 PM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> no, only the file which is suitable for the OS on which the Livecode Server 
> is running.
> For Windows it would be one of the .dll files, for Linux one of the .so 
> files. The file with the 64 in its filename is for the 64bit version of the 
> os, the other one for the 32bit verision.
> So for macOS i would assume the tsNet.bundle. But there is also a tsNET.dylib 
> file, which according to the suffix belongs also to macOS.
> I am not sure. Maybe you should copy both of them.
> But maybe someone could chime in about this.
> -
> Matthias Rebbe
> Life Is Too Short For Boring Code

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