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XkbAllocClientMap(3)             XKB FUNCTIONS            XkbAllocClientMap(3)

       XkbAllocClientMap  -  Allocate  and  initialize  an  empty  client  map
       description record

       Status XkbAllocClientMap ( xkb, which, type_count )
             XkbDescPtr xkb;
             unsigned int which;
             unsigned int type_count;

       - xkb  keyboard description in which to allocate client map

       - which
              mask selecting map components to allocate

       - type_count
              value of num_types field in map to be allocated

       Calling XkbGetMap should be sufficient for  most  applications  to  get
       client  and  server maps. As a result, most applications do not need to
       directly allocate client and server maps.

       If you change the number of key types or construct map components with-
       out loading the necessary components from the X server, do not allocate
       any map components directly using malloc or Xmalloc.  Instead, use  the
       Xkb allocators, XkbAllocClientMap, and XkbAllocServerMap.

       Similarly,    use    the   Xkb   destructors,   XkbFreeClientMap,   and
       XkbFreeServerMap instead of free or Xfree.

       XkbAllocClientMap allocates and initializes an empty client map in  the
       map  field  of  the  keyboard  description specified by xkb.  The which
       parameter specifies the particular components of the client map  struc-
       ture  to  allocate  and is a mask composed by a bitwise inclusive OR of
       one or more of the masks shown in Table 1.

       c s l l l lw(4i).  Table 1  XkbAllocClientMap  Masks  _  Mask Effect  _
       XkbKeyTypesMask     T{  The  type_count  field  specifies the number of
       entries to preallocate for the types field of the client  map.  If  the
       type_count field is less than XkbNumRequiredTypes returns BadValue.  T}

       XkbKeySymsMask T{  The  min_key_code and max_key_code fields of the xkb
       parameter are used to allocate the syms and key_sym_map fields  of  the
       client  map.  The fields are allocated to contain the maximum number of
       entries necessary for max_key_code - min_key_code + 1 keys.  T}

       XkbModifierMapMask  T{ The min_key_code and max_key_code fields of  the
       xkb  parameter are used to allocate the modmap field of the client map.
       The field is allocated to contain the maximum number of entries  neces-
       sary for max_key_code - min_key_code + 1 keys.  T}

       NOTE:  The  min_key_code  and  max_key_code fields of the xkb parameter
       must be legal values if the XkbKeySymsMask or XkbModifierMapMask  masks
       are  set  in  the  which  parameter.  If  they are not valid, XkbAlloc-
       ClientMap returns BadValue.

       If the client map of the keyboard description  is  not  NULL,  and  any
       fields  are already allocated in the client map, XkbAllocClientMap does
       not overwrite the existing values; it simply ignores that part  of  the
       request.  The  only  exception  is  the  types  array. If type_count is
       greater than the current num_types field of the client  map,  XkbAlloc-
       ClientMap  resizes  the  types  array  and  resets  the num_types field

       If XkbAllocClientMap is successful, it returns Success.  Otherwise,  it
       can return either BadMatch, BadAlloc, or BadValue errors.

       BadAlloc       Unable to allocate storage

       BadMatch       A  compatible  version  of  Xkb was not available in the
                      server or an argument has correct type and range, but is
                      otherwise invalid

       BadValue       An argument is out of range

       XkbAllocClientMap(3),    XkbAllocServerMap(3),    XkbFreeClientMap,(3),
       XkbFreeServerMap(3), XkbGetMap(3)

X Version 11                     libX11 1.1.5             XkbAllocClientMap(3)