What's the best way to use libraries on cpp

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  • google-test-tutorial

    implementation of a tutorial about how to setup google-test and cmake

    Nowday I'm interesting on c++ I've investigated how to set up gtest with cmake, basically I need to clone the gtest repo on lib directory. https://github.com/ChavaTI/google-test-tutorial

  • Vcpkg

    C++ Library Manager for Windows, Linux, and MacOS

    I'll second this. Also, since OP has used npm in the past, they should try it out in manifest mode.

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  • conan

    Conan - The open-source C/C++ package manager

  • nixpkgs

    Nix Packages collection

    Nixpkgs - https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs Cannot go back to any other package/dependency management tool after using this.

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