SwiftPM: how to migrate system package library to system library target?

When building, SwiftPM emits the following message:

'Cdns_sd' (...): warning: system packages are deprecated; use system library targets instead

I'm not aware of what constitutes a system library target and the Documentation regarding system packages (not libraries) still shows how to create a package-per-library.

OTOH there's manifest v4.2, that shows how to create a system library target:

// swift-tools-version:4.2
import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
    name: "ZLib",
    products: [
        .library(name: "ZLib", targets: ["ZLib"]),
    targets: [
            name: "CZLib")
            name: "ZLib",
            dependencies: ["CZLib"]),

However, that documentation doesn't include any information (if at all possible) on how to specify pkgConfig and providers; e.g.

// swift-tools-version:4.2
import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
    name: "Cdns_sd",
    pkgConfig: "avahi-compat-libdns_sd",
    providers: [

Finally; there might be shim.h files involved to import the desired headers.

#include <dns_sd.h>

And even module maps:

module Cdns_sd [system] {
    header "shim.h"
    link "dns_sd"
    export *

So I'm left wondering, what is this warning about; how does one actually migrate to this new target?

There’s a link to some documentation in my question here:

(If you have any ideas how to resolve my issue, I’d be grateful!)

Diving further into the source code for SwiftPM, it seems that all properties can be provided as one might've expected:

        .systemLibrary(name: "CLibSodium",
                       pkgConfig: "libsodium",
                       providers: [

A quick smoke test shows that it works, but there appears to be a regression in that using the same library within a dependency tree, it cannot reuse the same name:

error: multiple targets named 'CLibSodium' in: A, B