Development Envrionment

Hello :slight_smile:

I’m going to start to code with OpenFHE and, for that, I already installed it on Windows 10.

My question is how do people normaly organize and arrange the development environment. I’m going to use Visual Studio Code to program and I only need to develop basic statistical algorithms (like mean, variance, linear regression and PCA).

Thanks :smiley:

I can’t comment too much on this, but as far as I can tell most of the OpenFHE team use WSL. It’s hard to answer without more specifics since the question is open-ended. What do you mean by “normaly organize and arrange the development environment”?

Hey, sorry for not being that specific.

So basically, I’ll have to implement some algorithms using OpenFHE. My question is more about where I should develop the code. Should I develop it inside the OpenFHE folders, or is there a way to import OpenFHE into a new project?

I can’t seem to find a place in the documentation that explains that (I’m probably missing something).

This should answer your question Building User Applications — OpenFHE documentation

Has your question been addressed?


Yes they have. Thank you so much, I don’t know how I did not see that page of the documentation.