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       XkbChangeTypesOfKey - Change the number of groups and the types bound to a key


       Status  XkbChangeTypesOfKey  (XkbDescPtr  xkb, int key, int n_groups, unsigned int groups,
              int *new_types_in, XkbMapChangesPtr p_changes);


       - xkb  keyboard description to be changed

       - key  keycode for key of interest

       - n_groups
              new number of groups for key

       - groups
              mask indicating groups to change

       - new_types_in
              indices for new groups specified in groups

       - p_changes
              notes changes made to xkb


       XkbChangeTypesOfKey reallocates the symbols and actions bound to the  key,  if  necessary,
       and initializes any new symbols or actions to NoSymbol or NoAction, as appropriate. If the
       p_changes parameter is not  NULL,  XkbChangeTypesOfKey  adds  the  XkbKeySymsMask  to  the
       changes  field  of  p_changes  and  modifies  the first_key_sym and num_key_syms fields of
       p_changes to include the key that was changed. See STRUCTURE for more information  on  the
       XkbMapChangesPtr structure. If successful, XkbChangeTypesOfKey returns Success.

       The  n_groups  parameter  specifies  the  new  number  of  groups  for the key. The groups
       parameter is a mask specifying the groups for which  new  types  are  supplied  and  is  a
       bitwise  inclusive OR of the following masks: XkbGroup1Mask, XkbGroup2Mask, XkbGroup3Mask,
       and XkbGroup4Mask.

       The new_types_in parameter is an integer array of length n_groups.  Each entry  represents
       the  type  to  use  for  the  associated  group and is an index into xkb->map->types.  The
       new_types_in array is indexed by group index; if n_groups is  four  and  groups  only  has
       Group1Mask and Group3Mask set, new_types_in looks like this:

           new_types_in[0] = type for Group1
           new_types_in[1] = ignored
           new_types_in[2] = type for Group3
           new_types_in[3] = ignored

       For convenience, Xkb provides the following constants to use as indices to the groups:

       Table 1 Group Index Constants
       Constant Name       Value
       XkbGroup1Index      0
       XkbGroup2Index      1
       XkbGroup3Index      2
       XkbGroup4Index      3

       If  the  Xkb  extension  has  not  been  properly initialized, XkbChangeTypesOfKey returns
       BadAccess. If the xkb parameter it not valid (that is, it is NULL or it does not contain a
       valid  client  map),  XkbChangeTypesOfKey  returns  BadMatch.  If  the  key is not a valid
       keycode, n_groups is greater than XkbNumKbdGroups, or the groups mask does not contain any
       of  the valid group mask bits, XkbChangeTypesOfKey returns BadValue. If it is necessary to
       resize  the  key  symbols  or  key  actions  arrays  and  any  allocation  errors   occur,
       XkbChangeTypesOfKey returns BadAlloc.


       Use  the  XkbMapChangesRec  structure  to  identify and track partial modifications to the
       mapping components and to reduce the amount of traffic between the server and clients.

       typedef struct _XkbMapChanges {
           unsigned short   changed;            /∗ identifies valid components in
       structure */
           KeyCode          min_key_code;       /∗ lowest numbered keycode for device
           KeyCode          max_key_code;       /∗ highest numbered keycode for device
           unsigned char    first_type;         /∗ index of first key type modified */
           unsigned char    num_types;          /∗ # types modified */
           KeyCode          first_key_sym;      /∗ first key whose key_sym_map changed
           unsigned char    num_key_syms;       /∗ # key_sym_map entries changed */
           KeyCode          first_key_act;      /∗ first key whose key_acts entry
       changed */
           unsigned char    num_key_acts;       /∗ # key_acts entries changed */
           KeyCode          first_key_behavior; /∗ first key whose behaviors changed */
           unsigned char    num_key_behaviors;  /∗ # behaviors entries changed */
           KeyCode          first_key_explicit; /∗ first key whose explicit entry
       changed */
           unsigned char    num_key_explicit;   /∗ # explicit entries changed */
           KeyCode          first_modmap_key;   /∗ first key whose modmap entry changed
           unsigned char    num_modmap_keys;    /∗ # modmap entries changed */
           KeyCode          first_vmodmap_key;  /∗ first key whose vmodmap changed */
           unsigned char    num_vmodmap_keys;   /∗ # vmodmap entries changed */
           unsigned char    pad1;               /∗ reserved */
           unsigned short   vmods;              /∗ mask indicating which vmods changed
       } XkbMapChangesRec,*XkbMapChangesPtr;


       BadAccess      The Xkb extension has not been properly initialized

       BadAlloc       Unable to allocate storage

       BadMatch       A compatible version of Xkb was not available in the server or an  argument
                      has correct type and range, but is otherwise invalid

       BadValue       An argument is out of range