Really nice indeed.
Looking forward to be able to test that project in more complex situations, once I understand how to program in this asm-looking language
I definetely do more basic documentation on the features of the assembler.
After that, I've included a copy of ANoFrillsIntroToLua51VMInstructions.pdf
in the \docs\ folder(the de facto document for learning Lua bytecode, and ultimately Lua assembly)
So that should be a great reference to all those who want to learn the specifics of a particular instruction.
I'll get to work on explaining how to use everything now