Look into exporting
. Basically, it's an easy way to tell a module, when used, to place its symbols in the namespace of the module which uses
So basically, you'd convert your requires into uses, and add a few lines of code to the top of each of your "libraries" (now called "modules" by the changes you'd be making).
I know it's not exactly what you're asking, but it's an approach that leads you down the direction you seem to be heading, so that's good. Also, it's generally the way that this sort of thing is done, these days (exporting symbols from one namespace into another).
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