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XkbQueryExtension(3)             XKB FUNCTIONS            XkbQueryExtension(3)

       XkbQueryExtension  -  Determines the compatibility of a library at run-

       Bool XkbQueryExtension  (  dpy,  opcode_rtrn,  event_rtrn,  error_rtrn,
       major_in_out, minor_in_out )
             Display *dpy;
             int opcode_rtrn;
             int event_rtrn;
             int *error_rtrn;
             int major_in_out;
             int minor_in_out;

       dpy    connection to the X server

              backfilled with the major extension opcode

              backfilled with the extension base event code

              backfilled with the extension base error code

              compile time lib major version in, server major version out

              compile time lib min version in, server minor version out

       Call  XkbQueryExtension  to check for the presence and compatibility of
       the extension in the server and to initialize the extension. Because of
       potential  version  mismatches,  you  cannot  use the generic extension
       mechanism functions ( XQueryExtension and XInitExtension ) for checking
       for the presence of, and initializing the Xkb extension.

       You  must  call  XkbQueryExtension  or  XkbOpenDisplay before using any
       other Xkb library interfaces, unless such usage is  explicitly  allowed
       in  the  interface  description  in  this document. The exceptions are:
       XkbIgnoreExtension, XkbLibraryVersion, and a  handful  of  audible-bell
       functions.  You should not use any other Xkb functions if the extension
       is not present or is uninitialized. In general, calls  to  Xkb  library
       functions  made prior to initializing the Xkb extension cause BadAccess
       protocol errors.

       XkbQueryExtension both determines whether a compatible Xkb extension is
       present  in  the  X  server  and  initializes  the extension when it is

       The XkbQueryExtension function determines whether a compatible  version
       of  the  X Keyboard Extension is present in the server. If a compatible
       extension is present, XkbQueryExtension  returns  True;  otherwise,  it
       returns False.

       If  a  compatible version of Xkb is present, XkbQueryExtension initial-
       izes the extension. It backfills the  major  opcode  for  the  keyboard
       extension  in  opcode_rtrn, the base event code in event_rtrn, the base
       error code in error_rtrn, and the major and minor  version  numbers  of
       the  extension  in  major_in_out and minor_in_out.  The major opcode is
       reported in the req_major fields of some Xkb events. For  a  discussion
       of the base event code.

       True           The XkbQueryExtension function returns True if it deter-
                      mines a compatible version of the X  Keyboard  Extension
                      is present in the server.

       False          The  XkbQueryExtension  function  returns  False  if  it
                      determines a compatible version of the X Keyboard Exten-
                      sion is not present in the server.

       XkbIgnoreExtension(3), XkbLibraryVersion(3), XkbOpenDisplay(3)

X Version 11                     libX11 1.1.5             XkbQueryExtension(3)