The official documentation covering unusual errors describes DIANA:
PL/SQL is based on the programming language Ada. As a result, PL/SQL uses a variant of Descriptive Intermediate Attributed Notation for Ada (DIANA), a tree-structured intermediate language. It is defined using a meta-notation called Interface Definition Language (IDL). DIANA is used internally by compilers and other tools.
At compile time, PL/SQL source code is translated into machine-readable m-code. Both the DIANA and m-code for a procedure or package are stored in the database. At run time, they are loaded into the shared memory pool. The DIANA is used to compile dependent procedures; the m-code is simply executed.
I see why you are interested. Access to the compiler underlying PL/SQL is tantalizing if you like looking under the hood. Nonetheless I would be reluctant to invest a lot of time
when the same goal can be accomplished by parsing with PL/SQL.
As someone who has used your site many times I can only thank you for having an inquiring mind.