[pmwiki-users] Hierarchical pages

Michael Eager eager at eagercon.com
Wed Apr 22 18:39:07 PDT 2020

I've been reading the pages about Hierarchical Groups and have tried 
both HG and Cluster.  It's possible (maybe likely) that I'm not 
understanding how these work or how to configure them to work the way I 

I want to be able to create a tree of wiki pages and be able to walk 
back from a page to it's parent.  Something like this:

   |-- Europe
       |-- France
       |   |-- Paris
       |       |-- 1950
       |       |-- 2000
       |-- Germany
           |-- Berlin
           |   |-- 1989
           |   |-- 2019
           |-- Munich
               |-- 2019

When I create a page, say the last 2019 page, I want it to have a name 
which reflects the hierarchical structure.  So [[2019]] on the Munich 
page should create and link to a page MapsEuropeGermanyMunich2019 (or 
something similar, with delimiters).

On the MapsEuropeGermanyMunich2019 page, I'd like to see a breadcrumb 
which looks like Maps>Europe>Germany>Munich>2019, where each component 
points to the corresponding ancestor page in the tree.

Is there any way to do this?

Michael Eager

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