[riot-notifications] [RIOT-OS/RIOT] cpu/stm32g4: add basic support + add nucleo-g474re board (#14166)

Alexandre Abadie notifications at github.com
Fri May 29 14:57:45 CEST 2020

Here are the results of the local tests:
Failures during test:
- [tests/driver_grove_ledbar](tests/driver_grove_ledbar/test.failed)
- [tests/driver_my9221](tests/driver_my9221/test.failed)
- [tests/mtd_flashpage](tests/mtd_flashpage/test.failed)
- [tests/periph_flashpage](tests/periph_flashpage/test.failed)
- [tests/periph_timer_short_relative_set](tests/periph_timer_short_relative_set/test.failed)
- [tests/pkg_libfixmath_unittests](tests/pkg_libfixmath_unittests/test.failed)
- [tests/unittests](tests/unittests/test.failed)
- [tests/xtimer_now_irq](tests/xtimer_now_irq/test.failed)

- `tests/driver_*`: I think there's an issue with openocd or something like this
- `tests/periph_timer_short_relative_set`: I think this one is known to fail anyway
- `tests/pkg_libfixmath_unittests`: no idea what is the issue
- `tests/mtd_flashpage` and `tests/periph_flashpage` are failing because the flashpage driver has an issue with the raw mode
- `tests/unittests` works but takes too much time to complete. Maybe the 170MHz (max) clock frequency should be the default
- `tests/xtimer_now_irq`: no idea of what could be the issue. 

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