libraries question

Hello, I was trying to make a library for arduino which includes many utility functions and classes, but now I’ve decided I want to separate it into separate header files. Previously, I did this:

#include <utilityLibrary.h>

and I had all of the functionality that I programmed. I want to be able to do this:

#include <utilityLibrary/Sensors.h> // example

Is this possible at all? Thanks!

Please provide more details about what you're trying to accomplish.

Are you wanting to put the Sensors.h in a subfolder of the library? Like this:

{sketchbook folder}
|_ libraries
|_ utilityLibrary
|_ utilityLibrary
|_ Sensors.h

(or the equivalent in the src subfolder if you're using the 1.5 library structure)

or is the Sensors.h in the root of the library's source folder:

{sketchbook folder}
|_ libraries
|_ utilityLibrary
|_ Sensors.h

(or the equivalent in the src subfolder if you're using the 1.5 library structure)

and you only want to make sure Sensors.h from the utilityLibrary library is used, rather than some Sensors.h from another library?