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[VisualDSP++] Sharing code between projects

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How do I use functions from project "KeypadExample", defined in "KeypadExample.c" in project "Example_6" in file "Example_6.c" (see attachment)?

I tried with copying functions from "KeypadExample.c" to "Example_6.c", same also with corresponding declarations and other definitions that are needed. It's a very messy work, but it's more problematic that both projects use 2 same named files (marked with red in attachment), which are "adi_ssl_Init.c" and "adi_ssl_Init.h". Files are 2 different versions (one is version from 2005, other 2007) without backward compatibility (overwriting older with newer yields errors). How to overcome this problem?

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