[riot-notifications] [RIOT-OS/RIOT] stm32f4/2: add flashpage and flashpage_raw (#11681)

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Wed Jun 12 16:55:25 CEST 2019


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This PR adds `flashpage` and `flashpage_raw` for stm32f2 and stm32f4. They both use sectors as the way of dividing flash, instead of the usual page. These sector do not have the same size, and they can vary according to the specific CPU.

This PR implements `flashpage` and `flashpage_raw` as a wrapper over sectors. To still keep the page notion, an arbitrary `page` of length 1kB has been defined. When an erase is requested the sector where this `page` is located is only erased if the `page` was in not in a erase state anymore, i.e. '0xFF'. 

NOTE1: this "wrapper" concept is only for erasing, when it comes to writing it's pretty much the same than for other STM32.

NOTE2: there is an api change since a `flashpage_init()` is introduced. Not sure if that is the best option.

NOTE3: I tried to make it work for `stm32f7` but I have problems with unexpected latency when performing flash operations, so delaying it out; but the general approach works as well for `stm32f7`.

### Testing procedure

Tested on `nucleo-f207zg`, `nucleo-f446re` & `stm32f429i-disc1`. On these or other `stm32f2` and `stm32f4` run:

`make clean -C tests/periph_flashpage/ BOARD=nucleo-f207zg flash test`
everything should pass.

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You can view, comment on, or merge this pull request online at:

  https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/pull/11681

-- Commit Summary --

  * stm32f4/cpu_conf: add stm32f4 flashpage config
  * periph/flashpage: add init function
  * cpu/stm32f4: add flashpage and flashpage_raw
  * stm32f2/cpu_conf: add stm32f2 flashpage and flashsector config
  * cpu/stm32f2: add flashpage and flashpage_raw

-- File Changes --

    M cpu/stm32_common/periph/flash_common.c (3)
    M cpu/stm32_common/periph/flashpage.c (108)
    M cpu/stm32f2/Makefile.features (2)
    M cpu/stm32f2/include/cpu_conf.h (30)
    M cpu/stm32f4/Makefile.features (2)
    M cpu/stm32f4/include/cpu_conf.h (35)
    M drivers/include/periph/flashpage.h (6)
    M drivers/periph_common/init.c (7)

-- Patch Links --

https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/pull/11681.patch
https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/pull/11681.diff

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