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Vcpkg helps you manage C and C++ libraries on Windows, Linux and MacOS. This tool and ecosystem are constantly evolving; your involvement is vital to its success!
- Installing and Using Packages Example: sqlite
- Packaging Zipfiles Example: zlib
- Packaging GitHub Repositories Example: libogg
- Patching Example: Patching libpng to work for x86-uwp
- Getting Started with Versioning
- Integration with build systems
- Triplet files
- Configuration and Environment
- Binary Caching
- Usage with Android
- Host Dependencies
Vcpkg-Tool Maintainer Help
Community Resources (not directly affiliated with vcpkg)
- Announcing a single C++ library manager for Linux, macOS and Windows: Vcpkg
- Vcpkg: Using multiple enlistments to handle multiple versions of a library
- Vcpkg: introducing the export command
- Binary Compatibility and Pain-free Upgrade Why Moving to Visual Studio 2017 is almost "too easy"
- Vcpkg recent enhancements
- Vcpkg 3 Months Anniversary, Survey
- Vcpkg updates: Static linking is now available
- Vcpkg: a tool to acquire and build C++ open source libraries on Windows