Dynamic linking

This isn’t what you originally asked for in this thread @dan, but based on our other conversations, I made this PoC that demonstrates that the fundamental thing you need to accomplish is possible. Consider me officially nerd sniped. :nerd:

const unsigned char d7on[] = {
    0x40, 0x21, 0x09, 0x02, 0x02, 0x20, 0x01, 0x43,
    0x09, 0x04, 0x20, 0x20, 0x00, 0x02, 0x88, 0x61,
    0xf6, 0xe7 };

void setup() {
    pinMode(D7, OUTPUT);
    void *p = malloc(18);
    memcpy(p, d7on, 18);
    goto *p;

The d7on array holds machine code for turning on D7 in an infinite loop. It turns on the D7 LED by setting PA13 using the GPIOA_BSRR register. That is, it writes the value 0x00020000 to memory address 0x40020018. Then it branches back to the beginning of that array.

I expected, after 10 seconds of breathing cyan, to see either (1) D7 turn on if this works or (2) some kind of fault if the heap wasn’t allowed to execute. It turns on D7. :thumbsup: (It also shortly afterward disconnects from the cloud turning the status LED breathing green because of the infinite loop unless you add SYSTEM_THREAD(ENABLED).)