I am currently using a non-official .htaccess rewrite to deal with index.php and a few other bits and pieces. Since it looks like I am going to try and take care of the other bits and pieces with Router, I want to get the .htaccess back to something closer to the official setup to make future support easier.
However, I don't think the straight-up official version will do since I have one index.php in my main directory and additional index.php files in five subdirectories. Basically, I am running multiple sites with the old method, but they're neither domains or subdomains, just folders. So I need those index.php files removed as well and if possible I would prefer to do it from a single .htaccess file instead of adding a new one in each subdirectory.
This is what I use right now (with "GoT" being one of the subdirectories with its own index.php):
RewriteRule ^/?((ASoIaF|Digest|Images|Login|Store|Updates|member)(/.*)?)$ /index.php/$1 [NC,L] RewriteRule ^/?GoT/((Characters|Episodes|Features|Gallery|News)(/.*)?)$ /GoT/index.php/$1 [NC,L]
Can that be brought closer in line with the official method while still using a single .htaccess? Or is that just making things unnecessarily complicated?