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Hello all,

I am working on a project and would like to split the code into multiple files to organize it better. I know that the 1.0 IDE allows us to do so, but there is one problem: I would like to implement my libraries (classes) and share them among multiple .ino projects. For example, the same classes might be used in the main project and in a test project. Modifications should spread among those projects.

Is there any way I can do this without putting the classes at the default libraries directory?

Thanks!
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There are two libraries directories. One that came with the IDE which has the "official" supplied libraries.

And an empty (possibly non-existent) directory at the same level as your sketches (the Sketchbook Location folder).

Put your library file(s) inside a directory inside "libraries" inside your Sketchbook Location folder. Then they are shared.
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