I have an application that will write UP TO2k bytes of data per day (often, less) for seven days a week into a battery-backed RAM chip. The data each day would start at a 2k boundary and unused bytes from the day before would be zeroed. I want to present the data via HTML as form data to a web browser as long as the data is non-zero. When a zero is encountered, the web processor should skip to the next 2k boundary and start sending form data again. The web processor needs to access the RAM chip only when sending the form data to the web browser; the rest of the time, the application processor will have priority over the address lines.
Is there a network-enabled processor that can conditionally send HTML code by addressing data in an external RAM chip (off-chip address and data buses) while monitoring a DISENABLE port pin for permission to address the chip?
I am not prepared to write an OS or TCP/IP stack application from scratch. I like the RABBIT's ease of programming, but I need a 14 bit external address bus plus extra handshake pins.
Can I add anything to make my question clearer?
Any suggestions would be appreciated.