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XkbAllocGeomShapes(3)						   XKB FUNCTIONS					     XkbAllocGeomShapes(3)

NAME
XkbAllocGeomShapes - Allocate space for an arbitrary number of geometry shapes SYNOPSIS
Status XkbAllocGeomShapes (XkbGeometryPtr geom, int num_needed); ARGUMENTS
- geom geometry for which shapes should be allocated - num_needed number of new shapes required DESCRIPTION
Xkb provides a number of functions to allocate and free subcomponents of a keyboard geometry. Use these functions to create or modify key- board geometries. Note that these functions merely allocate space for the new element(s), and it is up to you to fill in the values explicitly in your code. These allocation functions increase sz_* but never touch num_* (unless there is an allocation failure, in which case they reset both sz_* and num_* to zero). These functions return Success if they succeed, BadAlloc if they are not able to allocate space, or BadValue if a parameter is not as expected. XkbAllocGeomShapes allocates space for num_needed shapes in the specified geometry geom. The shapes are not initialized. To free geometry shapes, use XkbFreeGeomShapes. DIAGNOSTICS
BadAlloc Unable to allocate storage BadValue An argument is out of range SEE ALSO
XkbFreeGeomShapes(3) X Version 11 libX11 1.6.0 XkbAllocGeomShapes(3)

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XkbFreeGeomShapes(3)						   XKB FUNCTIONS					      XkbFreeGeomShapes(3)

NAME
XkbFreeGeomShapes - Free geometry shapes SYNOPSIS
void XkbFreeGeomShapes ( geom, first, count, free_all ) XkbGeometryPtr geom; int first; int count; Bool free_all; ARGUMENTS
- geom geometry in which shapes should be freed - first first shape to be freed - count number of shapes to be freed - free_all True => all shapes are freed DESCRIPTION
Xkb provides a number of functions to allocate and free subcomponents of a keyboard geometry. Use these functions to create or modify key- board geometries. Note that these functions merely allocate space for the new element(s), and it is up to you to fill in the values explicitly in your code. These allocation functions increase sz_* but never touch num_* (unless there is an allocation failure, in which case they reset both sz_* and num_* to zero). These functions return Success if they succeed, BadAlloc if they are not able to allocate space, or BadValue if a parameter is not as expected. If free_all is True, all shapes in the geometry are freed regardless of the values of first and count. Otherwise, count shapes are freed, beginning with the shape specified by first. RETURN VALUES
Success The XkbFreeGeomShapes function returns Success when there are no allocation or argument errors. DIAGNOSTICS
BadAlloc Unable to allocate storage BadValue An argument is out of range X Version 11 libX11 1.2.1 XkbFreeGeomShapes(3)
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