[riot-notifications] [RIOT-OS/RIOT] boards/samr34-xpro: move cpu definitions to Makefile.features (#12329)
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### Contribution description
Follow-up of #11250 where I missed the fact that CPU and CPU_MODEL were defined in Makefile.include instead of Makefile.features.
Reported offline by @fjmolinas.
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Follow-up of #11250
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-- Commit Summary --
* boards/samr34-xpro: move cpu definitions to Makefile.features
-- File Changes --
M boards/samr34-xpro/Makefile.features (4)
M boards/samr34-xpro/Makefile.include (4)
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