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Is it possible to import a library into another library? I give a simplified example below of what I'd like to achieve:

library structLib {
    struct Point {
        uint X;
        uint Y;
    }
}
import "./structLib.sol";

library ellipticCurveOperations {

    //adds point p1 to point p2
    function addition(Point p1, Point p2) internal returns (Point r) {

        //convert struct to array for use in precompiles
        uint[4] memory input;
        input[0] = p1.X;
        input[1] = p1.Y;
        input[2] = p2.X;
        input[3] = p2.Y;
        bool success;

        //use assembly to call Elliptic Curve precompile
        assembly {
            success := call(sub(gas, 2000), 6, 0, input, 0xc0, r, 0x60)
            switch success case 0 { invalid() }
        }
        require(success, "EC addition failed");
    }
import "./ellipticCurveOperations.sol" as Ops

contract addThings{
    using Ops for *;

    function add(Ops.Point a, Ops.Point b) public returns (Ops.Point){
        return Ops.addition(a, b);
    }
}

Would this work? Is there any syntax I need to change?

Many thanks!

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Quite an old question but yes, sure you can do that.

However, you specify the name of the library before the referenced struct.

So in your case, once structLib is imported, ellipticCurveOperations can access the Point struct from structLib.

structLib.Point

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