Variables inside of Type Members Layout

Hi,

I've already searched all of the forum to find a list of possible variables to use inside of the Type Members Layout. The only one I found was ${ImplementingInterface}.

It's just because I want to define a different region layout in my C# code as I am used for some years now. It looks like the following.

//########################################################################################
#region Fields
// Contains all private fields (and also public fields in case there is a really
// good reason to have some)

...

#endregion Fields

//########################################################################################
#region Properties
// Contains all properties, that are not part of an interface implementation
// those go into "Implementation of I..."
// regardless of the access modifier (public, private, protected)

...

#endregion Properties

//########################################################################################
#region Delegates and Events
// Contains all delegate and events
#endregion Delegates and Events

//########################################################################################
#region Construction/Destruction/Initialisation
// Contains all constructors (class constructors as well as static constructors),
// All initialisation methods that need to be called before using the class
// And finally all finalization code (Finalizers, IDisposable implementation, ...)

...

#endregion Construction/Destruction/Initialisation

[...]


Does anybody knows if it is possible to implement those kind of regions inside of the Type Members Layout definition?


Asking greetings

Reiner

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Hi,

ReSharper 7.1.1 can provide region layout for Type Members using default pattern 'Default layout using regions' available in "Code Editing → C# → Type Members Layout" options dialog.

Please let me know if it helps.
Thanks!

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Hi Alex,


please read the thread subject and the first two sentences of my question carefully. ;)


Hinting greetings

Reiner

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Hey Reiner,

Right :-) Sorry that I didn't understand the question.
Unfortunately, this kind of layout is not supported by ReSharper at the moment.

We apologize for the inconvenience.
Thanks.

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