How to deal with libraries as an open source project?

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  • stb

    stb single-file public domain libraries for C/C++

    How about stb_truetype? is a single-header library, public domain, similar to FreeType, and that should certainly work without complications on Windows, Linux, and etc.

  • cmake-init

    The missing CMake project initializer

    Use CMake and Conan. With cmake-init you get a project that's ready to go OOTB, all you need is a conanfile.txt at the root:

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  • cmake-init-transitive

    If it would be a transitive dependency, then you should take a look at this exmaple as well.

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