Type Members Layout and explicit interface

Using the type members layout settings, is it possible to create a match that will find explicit interface implementations?
What does the property "Immediate" mean?

I want to order these separately from regular interface implementations.

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Using the type members layout settings, is it possible to create a match
that will find explicit interface implementations?


Unfortunately, no :(
This is a feature for 4.0: see
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-45536

What does the property "Immediate" mean?


interface I1 {...}
interface I2 : I1 {...}

class C : I2 {....}

I2 is immediate interface for C


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Thanks for letting me know.
Is there more complete documentation of this feature somewhere?

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Unfortunately, no

As a reference, you can use default pattern (which is rather complicated),
and the xml schema as a reference on all possible instructions

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Thanks for letting me know.
Is there more complete documentation of this feature somewhere?



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Where is the schema located?

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Ummmm.........
It's our fault - we haven't provide it as is.

You can extract it vie reflector as an embedded resource in
JetBrains.ReSharper.Psi.CSharp.dll assembly

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Where is the schema located?



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