Provided by: libxp-dev_1.0.1-2_amd64
XpSelectInput - Specifies which X Print events, from the specified print context, the client is interested in.
void XpSelectInput ( display, context, event_mask ) Display *display; XPContext context; unsigned long event_mask;
display Specifies a pointer to the Display structure; returned from XOpenDisplay. context Specifies the print context from which to select events. event_mask Specifies the event mask. This mask is the bitwise OR one or more of the valid events mask bits (see below).
XpSelectInput selects which X Print events from the specified print context the client is interest in. The X Print Events are generated from a current print context, and not from a window as is the case with XSelectInput.
The bits for event_mask are defined in <X11/extensions/Print.h>: #define XPNoEventMask 0 #define XPPrintMask (1L<<0) #define XPAttributeMask (1L<<1) The resulting events are defined in <X11/extensions/Print.h>: #define XPPrintNotify 0 #define XPAttributeNotify 1
BadValue The value specified for event_mask is not valid. XPBadContext The specified print context is not valid.