> You really need to write them down on your wiki page, even if just
> briefly. (I assume your current wiki page shows just a few of them.)
> People can't be trying to decipher what the different possibilities are
> from the OCaml source.
Good point, thanks. I tried to give all the ones which I use on an everyday basis. I didn't put all of the ones I consider as "experimental" and subject to changes or removal.
Another approach would be a BNF generated from the parser.
However, thanks for your comment.