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QuestionHow should I organize my shared h-files with register definitions? Pin
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I have 4 microcontrollers, A, B, D and E, that can communicate through registers that are exposed in h-files that reside inside Git submodules. A and B reside in the same box and can't be disconnected from each other so from a black box perspective they look like a combination of A and B that we can call C. D and E can be connected/disconnected during runtime from B, but they can also access A through B. E can also be connected/disconnected during runtime to D, which can then see B and A through D. Does anybody have suggestions on how many h-files I should have and what they should contain, in order to have an as clean design as possible?

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