Updating 3 71 m33
Missing TC1 and TC2 to instance definitions added to header files. Added python programming and debugging scripts for MPLAB X. The following folders are deprecated: - CMSIS/Include/ - CMSIS/DSP_Lib/ CMSIS-Core(M): 5.1.2 (see revision history for details) - Added Cortex-M1 support (beta).
- Added additional access functions for physical timer.
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