Commit 463e02e7 authored by Peter Hutterer's avatar Peter Hutterer

xkb: Allow NULL as rulesFile in XkbSetRulesDflts.

If no rules file is given, simply re-use the previous one. If no RF is given
the first time this function is called, use the built-in default.
This includes fixing the built-in default to something that actually exists.
Signed-off-by: default avatarPeter Hutterer <>
parent e670fd88
......@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ typedef struct _SrvXkmInfo {
#define XKB_DFLT_RULES_FILE "rules"
#define XKB_DFLT_RULES_FILE "base"
#define XKB_DFLT_KB_LAYOUT "us"
......@@ -240,14 +240,33 @@ XkbSetRulesUsed(XkbRF_VarDefsPtr defs)
* Set the default RMLVO for the next device to be initialised.
* If a parameter is NULL, the previous setting will be used. Use empty
* strings if you want to delete a previous setting.
* If @rulesFile is NULL and no previous @rulesFile has been set, the
* built-in default is chosen as default.
_X_EXPORT void
XkbSetRulesDflts(char *rulesFile,char *model,char *layout,
char *variant,char *options)
if (XkbRulesFile)
XkbRulesFile= _XkbDupString(rulesFile);
rulesDefined= True;
if (!rulesFile && !XkbRulesFile)
LogMessage(X_WARNING, "[xkb] No rule given, and no previous rule "
"defined. Defaulting to '%s'.\n",
if (rulesFile) {
if (XkbRulesFile)
XkbRulesFile= _XkbDupString(rulesFile);
rulesDefined= True;
if (model) {
if (XkbModelDflt)
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