I've just finished reading Mr Ierusalemschi's 2008 paper on Lua Parsing Expression Grammars, and I'm very enthusiastic about the possibilities of PEG in general. Especially the intermediate language that it produces (because I want to play with creating an engine that executes that code). And there lies a bit of a problem for me: I cannot seem to make the traditional PEG libraries output the intermediate language, for example in the form that is also used in the paper (the 'ASM' of the language, with the instructions 'Char', 'Jump', etc). Is there a way to use the PEG library much more modularly, in a way that, for example, a C compiler can generally also output ASM? Thanks!