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hugo-lunr

Node module for creating lunr.js search indexes for static Hugo sites

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hugo-lunr

Generate lunr.js index files from Hugo static sites

A simple way to add site search to your static Hugo site using Lunr.js.

Installation

Install the hugo-lunr utility via npm:

$ npm install hugo-lunr

Options

By default hugo-lunr will read the content directory of you and output the lunr index to public/lunr.json. If you are using the command line implementation you can pass an input directory -i and and output path/file -o.

How to use hugo-lunr CLI

The easiest way to use hugo-lunr is via npm scripts:

  "scripts": {
    "index": "hugo-lunr"
  },

or to pass arguments for input and output:

  "scripts": {
    "index": "hugo-lunr -i \"content/subdir/**\" -o public/my-index.json"
  },

Which can be executed from a terminal prompt

$ npm run index

How to use hugo-lunr API

var hugolunr = require('hugo-lunr');
new hugolunr().index();

or to set input/output paths

var hugolunr = require('hugo-lunr');
var h = new hugolunr();
h.setInput('content/faq/**');
h.setOutput('public/faq.json');
h.index();

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