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Statistic of Gerd's AVR assembler gavrasm
Thank you for using gavrasm. It is a great pleasure to program useful software that is popular.
The visitors from 2017 to now.
The versions from 2017 to now (executables and source codes).
The monthly downloads from 2017 to now.
Recent statistic from 2017 to 2019
These are the monthly visitors of the webpage between 2017 and mid 2019. The
English language page is visited by roughly 400, the German language page by
roughly 200 persons per month. These accesses are on a rather steady level.
These are the number of downloaded executables and sources by month between
2017 and mid 2019. The executables are by a factor of 5 more popular than
the source code files. The Linux versions are approximately as popular as
the Windows versions are, sources as well as executables.
These are the downloads by versions of executables and sources for the
versions 3.3 to 4.4. Note that gavrasm is now integrated into the
AVR assembler simulator,
therefore is updated roughly quarterly and hence version lifetime is
shorter than before (starting from version 3.7). With that in mind,
the number of downloads per version is very stable between 500 and
1,000 per version.
These are the downloads of gavrasm executables by languages over the past
years. Very steady, even the turkish and french versions.
Longterm statistic from 2003 to 2016
The following shows the results of a statistical analysis of access data to gavrasm between 2003 and 2016.
Downloads of gavrasm by version
These are the accesses to compiled versions and source packages. Accesses remain at above 1,000 per version.
Divided by the numbers of years and the number of versions those averages result. 60,000 accesses per
year and nearly 7,000 accesses per version are a powerful reason to continue software development work.
Accesses to pre-compiled and source packages
The pre-compiled packages are more popular that the source code packages, but both are and will be
The versions 3.4 and 3.5 are more popular as source packages.
Accesses by languages
Measured were total accesses to pre-compiled versions only.
The most popular is English, of course. But the German version is nearly reaching the same popularity.
The French version is a small fraction of the English and German version. But even the Turkish version
has a considerable number of downloads.
While other developpers of AVR assemblers seem to have stopped their efforts, I see no reason
to discontinue developing gavrasm.
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