Right now if I want to add compile/link against a library they get their header path added under gcc with the
-I parameter. Now this causes all warnings the headers have to appear in my code. This can be suppressed by using the
-isystem flag instead. Is there a way I can declare a dependency so that it gets added to the compiler via the
-isystem flag instead of the
What I have currently:
lib library: "xxx", linkage: "static"
What I’d love to have:
lib library: "xxx", linkage: "static", system: true
If there’s already a way to do that (so that it’s still working on all platforms), please let me know. If not I think that would be a nice thing to have!