Better support for static libraries

As there is more and more reusable code being shared as static libraries for Ndless programs, the latest update of the Ndless SDK (r604) can use a directory called .ndless/ found in ${USERPROFILE} (C:/Users/<Your Account> on Windows), automatically created by nspire-gcc and nspire-ld.

Just drop the header file (.h) and the archive file (.a) of  the libraries your programs depend on in .ndless/include and .ndless/lib to use them. This avoids any migration when updating the Ndless SDK or hard-coded paths in your Makefile.

Hackspire describes how to set this up in more details. Make the TI-Nspire native development experience even better, share your code as libraries!

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