Questions asked by email at around 9 o'clock Saturday evening tend to go in the queue for answering on the subsequent working dayI did ask PICAXE directly where I could get V6.9 but have had no reply yet.
Thanks for spotting that. Now corrected to show "18.104.22.168".I see now where you got V6.9 from, I think it's a typo on this page : http://www.picaxe.com/WJEC-Assembler-Getting-Started
Thanks Buzby, so I wasn't mistaking what I saw, it's disapointing it,s not a real assembler, but I may have a look.Are you thinking of the educational compiler for A-Level students ?.
( http://www.picaxe.com/Teaching/Eduqas-WJEC-A-Level-Assembler/ )
This is not a 'real' assembler, it is limited to a subset of instructions, and you can't access the underlying PIC registers or memory areas.
However, it does provide what the A-Level syllabus requires, without the hassle of programming 'bare metal'.
That's the closest you're ever going to get to running assembler on a Picaxe !.
EDIT : I see now where you got V6.9 from, I think it's a typo on this page : http://www.picaxe.com/WJEC-Assembler-Getting-Started