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No, I've got no public code - it's all proprietary (but more out of laziness than anything). Though I really aught to publish my general-purpose template driver library for the ARM-based Atmel SAM series of microcontrollers. One might argue that template programming is sometimes inefficient code size-wise, but microcontrollers often have a generous amount of on-board flash (and really very little in the way of RAM) so it doesn't matter. Also, as we can make the compiler produce code for each individual module, say a timer, we don't need to maintain differences between one timer and another e.g. register addresses, I/O pin assignments, differences in functional ability etc in precious RAM - it can all get hard coded with added performance benefits. If you're interested, I recommend "Real-Time C++ - Efficient Object-Orientated and Template Microcontroller Programming" by Chris Kormanyos.
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