As suggested by cmw, I'm spinning off this resource request from an earlier question that was long and unwieldy.
Can anyone suggest resources that do a good job of giving a complete presentation of the formation of the Greek infinitive, including the Homeric dialect?
Pharr and Smythe seem to have very little to say about the formation of the infinitive. (Pharr's discussion, such as it is, is in sec. 828, unless there's more elsewhere. I'm finding it hard to locate information in Smythe through the Project Perseus version.) White has a brief discussion on p. 119.
As examples of forms that I don't understand, there are πολεμιζέμεν and λελυκέναι (with additional epsilons coming in) or even λύειν (separate question).