Thanks to Thomas Mathys, we now have a package including Windows executables for you to download! No need to build DASM yourself anymore. We hope you'll enjoy it! :-)
We just released the first update to DASM in 4 years, DASM 2.20.11! A lot of things are new about this release, including a slightly more Unix-oriented distribution (that can still be built in Windows). Several bugs have been fixed, several features have been added, see the extensive NEWS and ChangeLog files for details. We hope this release will convince everybody that DASM is alive and kicking.
I just uploaded ZIP archives of Andrew Davie's final two releases of dasm, versions 2.20.10 and 2.20.10b. These are mostly posted here for reference, future releases will be packaged differently.
We are hard at work trying to bring dasm development to sourceforge.net and hopefully to a bright future as well. Further news items will focus on new releases and other serious topics, but we thought one item just saying "Hi!" can't really hurt. If you're interested in dasm, please consider signing up for the mailing lists. No forums here, we're old school. :-)