The recommended and easiest way to install PMDK on Windows is to use a Microsoft vcpkg. Vcpkg is an open source tool and ecosystem created for libraries management. PMDK requires following:
To install the latest PMDK release and link it to your Visual Studio solution at first you need to clone and set up vcpkg on your machine as described on the vcpkg github page in Quick Start section. Run the following within the powershell:
> git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vcpkg> cd vcpkg> .\bootstrap-vcpkg.bat> .\vcpkg integrate install> .\vcpkg install pmdk:x64-windows
After successful completion of all of the above steps, libraries are ready to be used in Visual Studio. No additional configuration is required. Create a new project or open an existing project within Visual Studio (remember to use platform x64), then include the PMDK headers in your project.
Persistent Memory Programming in Windows - NVML Integration (NVML was renamed to PMDK)