XkbAllocIndicatorMaps (3) - Linux Man Pages
XkbAllocIndicatorMaps: Allocates, directly, the
XkbAllocIndicatorMaps - Allocates, directly, the indicators member of the keyboard description record
- - xkb
- keyboard description structure
The xkb parameter must point to a valid keyboard description. If it doesn't, XkbAllocIndicatorMaps returns a BadMatch error. Otherwise, XkbAllocIndicatorMaps allocates and initializes the indicators member of the keyboard description record and returns Success. If XkbAllocIndicatorMaps was unable to allocate the indicators record, it reports a BadAlloc error.
- The XkbAllocIndicatorMaps function returns Success if it is successful in allocating and initializing the indicators member of the keyboard description record.
- A compatible version of Xkb was not available in the server or an argument has correct type and range, but is otherwise invalid
Unable to allocate storage