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- Added device ARMCM0plus_MPU for Cortex-M0 with MPU.
- Added IAR startup code for Cortex-A9 CMSIS-Core(M): 5.0.2 (see revision history for details) - Changed Version Control macros to be core agnostic.
- Updated function SCB_Enable ICache (for Cortex-M7).
- Added functions: NVIC_Get Enable IRQ, SCB_Get FPUType CMSIS-RTOS: - bug fix in RTX 4.82 (see revision history for details) CMSIS-RTOS2: - new API including compatibility layer to CMSIS-RTOS - reference implementation based on RTX5 - supports all Cortex-M variants including Trust Zone for ARMv8-M CMSIS-SVD: - reworked SVD format documentation - removed SVD file database documentation as SVD files are distributed in packs - updated SVDConv for Win32 and Linux CMSIS-DSP: - Moved DSP libraries from CMSIS/DSP/Lib to CMSIS/Lib.
CMSIS-Pack:1.4.9 (see revision history for details) - added Pack Index File specification and schema file Changed open source license to Apache 2.0 CMSIS_Core: - Added support for Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33.
CMSIS-DAP: 1.2.0 (see revision history for details) CMSIS-DSP: 1.5.2 (see revision history for details) CMSIS-Driver: 2.6.0 (see revision history for details) - CAN Driver API V1.2.0 - NAND Driver API V2.3.0 CMSIS-RTOS: - RTX: added variant for Infineon XMC4 series affected by PMU_CM.001 errata.
CMSIS-RTOS2: - API 2.1.2 (see revision history for details) - RTX 5.2.3 (see revision history for details) Devices: - Added GCC startup and linker script for Cortex-A9.
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