xcb_get_pointer_mapping(3) XCB Requests xcb_get_pointer_mapping(3)

xcb_get_pointer_mapping -

#include <xcb/xproto.h>

xcb_get_pointer_mapping_cookie_t xcb_get_pointer_mapping(xcb_connection_t *conn,

typedef struct xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply_t {

uint8_t response_type;
uint8_t map_len;
uint16_t sequence;
uint32_t length;
uint8_t pad0[24]; } xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply_t;

xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply_t *xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply(xcb_connection_t *conn, xcb_get_pointer_mapping_cookie_t cookie, xcb_generic_error_t **e);

uint8_t *xcb_get_pointer_mapping_map(const xcb_get_pointer_mapping_request_t *reply);

int xcb_get_pointer_mapping_map_length(const xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply_t *reply);

xcb_generic_iterator_t xcb_get_pointer_mapping_map_end(const xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply_t *reply);

The XCB connection to X11.

The type of this reply, in this case XCB_GET_POINTER_MAPPING. This field is also present in the xcb_generic_reply_t and can be used to tell replies apart from each other.
The sequence number of the last request processed by the X11 server.
The length of the reply, in words (a word is 4 bytes).

Returns an xcb_get_pointer_mapping_cookie_t. Errors have to be handled when calling the reply function xcb_get_pointer_mapping_reply.

If you want to handle errors in the event loop instead, use xcb_get_pointer_mapping_unchecked. See xcb-requests(3) for details.

This request does never generate any errors.

Generated from xproto.xml. Contact xcb@lists.freedesktop.org for corrections and improvements.

libxcb 1.16 X Version 11