Over the last few weeks, I have worked intensively with staticSearch to integrate it into our forthcoming publication of Edvige Agostinelli and Bill Coleman's digital edition of Boccaccio's Teseida. You can see the near-complete prototype at http://inklesseditions.com/TeseidaStatic/. Note that this is still a prototype only, and the address will change as we move to full publication; please DO NOT repost this link on the open internet. Among other matters, this is "Endings"-conformant in its principal components: see https://scholarlydigitaleditions.blogspot.com/2023/07/the-endings-project-and-canterbury.html.
As you can see (try searching for "come" by typing it in the search box and hitting return, or the search icon) staticSearch works beautifully here. And hence my final word on staticSearch. This is a quite wonderful tool. It is lightning fast, easy to set up, and works like a dream. As a true Endings tool, it has no dependencies on any outside systems of any kind. Take a bow, Martin Holmes and Joey Takeda (and everyone else who has contributed). Great work.