while ARM changed the license for CMSIS headers to BSD some time ago, TI still has a very restrictive license on their part specific CMSIS headers, found in spmc018.zip and 4212.svd-tiva-11073.zip. The latter tells e.g.
DO NOT CLICK "I AGREE" UNLESS :
1. YOU ARE AUTHORIZED TO AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE ON BEHALF OF YOURSELF AND YOUR COMPANY; AND
2. YOU INTEND TO ENTER THIS LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF YOURSELF AND YOUR COMPANY.
I work as engineer in some lab of our university. The license implies that I go to the central legal department to negociate clearance to enter the legal binding agreement before doing anything with the headers. It that really intended?
At the moment these obstacles keep my from using TIVA.