[riot-notifications] [RIOT-OS/RIOT] cpu/stm32: get the cpuid address from the UID_BASE constant defined in CMSIS (#14140)
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### Contribution description
This is PR is an attempt to remove the hardcoded cpuid address defined for each STM32 families (and sometimes for a specific model).
Some CMSIS headers were a bit outdated so had to be updated: all f2xx, f103xx, f334, f72x.
While updating the CMSIS, I also noticed that all CCR registers for timer peripherals have to be patched. I'd like to revert this and adapt the timer peripheral driver accordingly.
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### Testing procedure
- A green Murdock
- Verify that `tests/periph_cpuid` is still working and return the same result compared to master
- Maybe also run `compile_and_test_for_board.py` on some of the affected STM32 boards.
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-- Commit Summary --
* cpu/stm32: use UID_BASE from CMSIS when not defined
* cpu/stm32: use UID_BASE when possible
* cpu/stm32: update stm32f2xx vendor headers
* cpu/stm32: remove not needed periph_cpu.h for f7
* cpu/stm32: update stm32f2 vendor headers
* cpu/stm32: update stm32f334 vendor header
* cpu/stm32: remove not needed periph_cpu.h for f3
* cpu/stm32: update vendor headers for f0
* cpu/stm32: remove hardcoded cpuid addr for f0
* cpu/stm32: update vendor headers for f1
* cpu/stm32: remove hardcoded cpuid addr for f1
-- File Changes --
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/f0/periph_cpu.h (5)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/f1/periph_cpu.h (5)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/f2/periph_cpu.h (5)
D cpu/stm32/include/periph/f3/periph_cpu.h (36)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/f4/periph_cpu.h (5)
D cpu/stm32/include/periph/f7/periph_cpu.h (41)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/l0/periph_cpu.h (5)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/l1/periph_cpu.h (10)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph/l4/periph_cpu.h (5)
D cpu/stm32/include/periph/wb/periph_cpu.h (37)
M cpu/stm32/include/periph_cpu.h (15)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f042x6.h (12882)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f051x8.h (7912)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f103xb.h (12593)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f103xe.h (10101)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f205xx.h (16840)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f207xx.h (18513)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f215xx.h (17099)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f217xx.h (18486)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f334x8.h (18753)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f722xx.h (10902)
M cpu/stm32/include/vendor/stm32f723xx.h (10976)
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