Christophe Raffalli: ideas for self-extensibility and disambiguation with the system of priorities and the relation between priorities. Dypgen began as a school work supervised by Christophe Raffalli in 2005.
Pierre Hyvernat made the documentation generation script.
The primary goal of dypgen is to be a convenient and useful tool for OCaml developers. To achieve this, dypgen introduces new ideas as well as gathers and implements ideas found in other projects and papers I acknowledge here.
Dypgen uses Martin Bravenboer and Eelco Visser algorithm of parse table composition, adapted to handle dypgen's system of priorities and local extensibility. This algorithm is documented in Martin Bravenboer's PhD thesis.