Vcpkg helps you get C and C++ libraries on Windows. This tool and ecosystem are currently in a preview state; your involvement is vital to its success.
For short description of available commands, run
- Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 or
- Visual Studio 2017
- CMake 3.8.0 or higher (note: downloaded automatically if not found)
git.exe available in your path
Clone this repository, then run
C:\src\vcpkg> powershell -exec bypass scripts\bootstrap.ps1
Then, to hook up user-wide integration, run (note: requires admin on first use)
C:\src\vcpkg> .\vcpkg integrate install
Install any packages with
C:\src\vcpkg> .\vcpkg install sdl2 curl
Finally, create a New Project (or open an existing one) in Visual Studio 2015 or Visual Studio 2017. You can now
#include and use any of the installed libraries.
docs\EXAMPLES.md document for specific walkthroughs, including using a package and adding a new package.
See a 4 minute demo in video.
Vcpkg is built with your contributions. Here are some ways you can contribute:
Please refer to our Contribution guidelines for more details.
Code licensed under the MIT License.