It's said that this is not a good idea to think in my native language (Turkish) then try to translate it to English.

But I couldn't find to correct word/phrase to express this sentence:

I didn't download any extra library except ones in the code.

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You should use "ones" without the apostrophe. See Dan Bron's comment about using "the" too.

You would use "one's" when referring to something belonging to oneself.

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