XkbAddDeviceLedInfo − Initialize an XkbDeviceLedInfoRec structure
unsigned int led_class, unsigned int led_id);
structure in which to add LED info
input extension class for LED device of interest
input extension ID for LED device of interest
XkbAddDeviceLedInfo first checks to see whether an entry matching led_class and led_id already exists in the device_info->leds array. If it finds a matching entry, it returns a pointer to that entry. Otherwise, it checks to be sure there is at least one empty entry in device_info->leds and extends it if there is not enough room. It then increments device_info->num_leds and fills in the next available entry in device_info->leds with led_class and led_id.
If successful, XkbAddDeviceLedInfo returns a pointer to the XkbDeviceLedInfoRec structure that was initialized. If unable to allocate sufficient storage, or if device_info points to an invalid XkbDeviceInfoRec structure, or if led_class or led_id are inappropriate, XkbAddDeviceLedInfo returns NULL.
To allocate additional space for button actions in an XkbDeviceInfoRec structure, use XkbResizeDeviceButtonActions.
Information about X Input Extension devices is transferred between a client program and the Xkb extension in an XkbDeviceInfoRec structure:
char * name; /∗ name for device */
Atom type; /∗ name for class of devices */
unsigned short device_spec; /∗ device of interest */
Bool has_own_state; /∗ True=>this device has its own state */
unsigned short supported; /∗ bits indicating supported capabilities */
unsigned short unsupported; /∗ bits indicating unsupported capabilities */
unsigned short num_btns; /∗ number of entries in btn_acts */
XkbAction * btn_acts; /∗ button actions */
unsigned short sz_leds; /∗ total number of entries in LEDs vector */
unsigned short num_leds; /∗ number of valid entries in LEDs vector */
unsigned short dflt_kbd_fb; /∗ input extension ID of default (core kbd) indicator */
unsigned short dflt_led_fb; /∗ input extension ID of default indicator feedback */
XkbDeviceLedInfoPtr leds; /∗ LED descriptions */
} XkbDeviceInfoRec, *XkbDeviceInfoPtr;
unsigned short led_class; /∗ class for this LED device*/
unsigned short led_id; /∗ ID for this LED device */
unsigned int phys_indicators; /∗ bits for which LEDs physically present */
unsigned int maps_present; /∗ bits for which LEDs have maps in maps */
unsigned int names_present; /∗ bits for which LEDs are in names */
unsigned int state; /∗ 1 bit => corresponding LED is on */
Atom names[XkbNumIndicators]; /∗ names for LEDs */
XkbIndicatorMapRec maps; /∗ indicator maps for each LED */
} XkbDeviceLedInfoRec, *XkbDeviceLedInfoPtr;
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