I'm not an expert on Windows, so my apologies if this question is either stupid or not of a good quality.
I have a small software pipeline in Ubuntu (16.04 LTS) which is composed of few libraries (C++) and some python scripts. There's both custom code and some third party libraries. There's a top level unix script which essentially allows a user to download/install and create few environment variables (saving the hassle of doing all of these steps manually).
From few separate tests I know this libraries would also work on windows, but since for example there's no apt-get on windows I'm not really sure how to convert that top level script to windows.
Is there a common way to install and manage packages on windows which doesn't rely on power shell for example? Like something native in windows that could be used for the purpose.
I'm aware of
vcpkg which I've been trying to use, but it doesn't seem extremely reliable, but it is still interesting because it's cross platform.