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/* This file is a temporary workaround for mapping of the generated information
 * to the current driver definitions.  This will be removed when the drivers
 * are modified to handle the generated information, or the mapping of
 * generated data matches the driver definitions.
 */


#define CONFIG_NUM_IRQ_PRIO_BITS	ARM_V7M_NVIC_E000E100_ARM_NUM_IRQ_PRIORITY_BITS

#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_1_BASE_ADDRESS	ST_STM32_USART_40013800_BASE_ADDRESS
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_1_BAUD_RATE	ST_STM32_USART_40013800_CURRENT_SPEED
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_1_IRQ_PRI	ST_STM32_USART_40013800_IRQ_0_PRIORITY
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_1_NAME		ST_STM32_USART_40013800_LABEL
#define PORT_1_IRQ				ST_STM32_USART_40013800_IRQ_0

#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_2_BASE_ADDRESS	ST_STM32_USART_40004400_BASE_ADDRESS
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_2_BAUD_RATE	ST_STM32_USART_40004400_CURRENT_SPEED
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_2_IRQ_PRI	ST_STM32_USART_40004400_IRQ_0_PRIORITY
#define CONFIG_UART_STM32_PORT_2_NAME		ST_STM32_USART_40004400_LABEL
#define PORT_2_IRQ				ST_STM32_USART_40004400_IRQ_0