Thanks both of you... by my real question is how do you know about these sample stacks? Is their existence being revealed one by one on a need-to-know basis?

On 01/12/2016 17:06, Skip Kimpel wrote:
Here is a nice stack from the creators of tsNet that demonstrates some of
the key functionality.  You can grab some code from this stack... I have
put it up on my server so you can take experiment with it.


On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 11:10 AM, Matthias Rebbe <> wrote:

There is at least one other stack available at that location <>

And there was a sample stack from Neill Roger somewhere. I cannot find the
URL anymore.

Will look over the weekend.

tsNet is so powerful, but there is definitively a need for more sample


Am 01.12.2016 um 12:12 schrieb Ben Rubinstein <>:

(I asked this at the end of a chain about email formatting libraries but
I think it got lost.)

When I asked that question, Matthias referenced this

which I didn't know about. Apart from entries in the dictionary, I've
not found any documentation for tsNet; and I can't list the above directory
to see if there are other sample stacks.

Did I miss a post with handy pointers, in the great use-list bounce



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