For a little bit advanced use of Namazu:
There may be two cases when 'Mutiple index' come along.
The first case is very simple. The URI (for search entry) may be different,
and each URI may have
in the same directory and they have Following different pointer
to the actual namazu index.
- In one machine, server serves multiple index, but those are totally non related.
- With one search entry page, the search will made over
Those may not be refered as 'Multiple Index', but we had an occasion
that User asked the question for above case and mentioned as so.
For the second case, you need to generate Index below normal index
directory (just specifying so at mknmz execution), and assuming
those names are:
hoge foo bar, in form tags, say, inside of:
you may have following lines to point hoge, foo, bar indexes.
<input type="hidden" name="idxname" value="hoge">
<input type="hidden" name="idxname" value="foo">
<input type="hidden" name="idxname" value="bar">
Also you may use 'checkbox' facility to specify those indexes.