I've written a code in visual studio 2019 in c++ language and it involves various cryptographic mechanisms. It also includes Elliptic curve library named cryptopp. I want to simulate and test the performance of the code on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian.

I have connected the raspberrypi with my laptop and used Geany IDE to run my visual c++ code. I copied that code in the Geany IDE with the cryptopp library but now i don't know how to specify the additional library paths. Can anyone please guide me about this?

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  • You will need to install the libraries first of course, using the -dev package. I think the more common name is libcrypto++ (apt search libcrypto++ will find it). That may resolve the whole problem. – goldilocks Sep 20 at 12:02

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