xcb_input_change_pointer_device man page

xcb_input_change_pointer_device —

Synopsis

#include <xcb/xinput.h>

Request function

xcb_input_change_pointer_device_cookie_t xcb_input_change_pointer_device(xcb_connection_t *conn, uint8_t x_axis, uint8_t y_axis, uint8_t device_id);

Reply datastructure

typedef struct xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply_t {
    uint8_t  response_type;
    uint8_t  xi_reply_type;
    uint16_t sequence;
    uint32_t length;
    uint8_t  status;
    uint8_t  pad0[23];
} xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply_t;

Reply function

xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply_t *xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply(xcb_connection_t *conn, xcb_input_change_pointer_device_cookie_t cookie, xcb_generic_error_t **e);

Request Arguments

conn
The XCB connection to X11.
x_axis
TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED.
y_axis
TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED.
device_id
TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED.

Reply Fields

response_type
The type of this reply, in this case XCB_INPUT_CHANGE_POINTER_DEVICE. This field is also present in the xcb_generic_reply_t and can be used to tell replies apart from each other.
sequence
The sequence number of the last request processed by the X11 server.
length
The length of the reply, in words (a word is 4 bytes).
xi_reply_type
TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED.
status
TODO: NOT YET DOCUMENTED.

Return Value

Returns an xcb_input_change_pointer_device_cookie_t. Errors have to be handled when calling the reply function xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply.

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

Errors

This request does never generate any errors.

Author

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

Referenced By

xcb_input_change_pointer_device_reply(3) and xcb_input_change_pointer_device_unchecked(3) are aliases of xcb_input_change_pointer_device(3).

libxcb 1.12 X Version 11 XCB Requests