xkb: fix XkbSetMap when changing a keysym without changing a keytype

As the comment says:

"symsPerKey/mapWidths must be filled regardless of client-side flags"

so we always have to call CheckKeyTypes which will notably fill mapWidths
and nTypes. That is needed for CheckKeySyms to work since it checks the
width. Without it, any request with XkbKeySymsMask but not
XkbKeyTypesMask will fail because of the missing width information, for
instance this:

  XkbDescPtr xkb;
  if (!(xkb = XkbGetMap (dpy, XkbKeyTypesMask|XkbKeySymsMask, XkbUseCoreKbd))) {
    fprintf (stderr, "ERROR getting map\n");
  XFlush (dpy);
  XSync (dpy, False);

  XkbMapChangesRec changes = { .changed = 0 };
  int oneGroupType[XkbNumKbdGroups] = { XkbOneLevelIndex };

  if (XkbChangeTypesOfKey(xkb, keycode, 1, XkbGroup1Mask, oneGroupType, &changes)) {
    fprintf(stderr, "ERROR changing type of key\n");
  XkbKeySymEntry(xkb,keycode,0,0) = keysym;

  if (!XkbChangeMap(dpy,xkb,&changes)) {
    fprintf(stderr, "ERROR changing map\n");

  XkbFreeKeyboard (xkb, 0, TRUE);
  XFlush (dpy);
  XSync (dpy, False);

This had being going under the radar since about ever until commit
de940e06 ("xkb: fix key type index check
in _XkbSetMapChecks") fixed checking the values of kt_index, which was
previously erroneously ignoring errors and ignoring all other checks, just
because nTypes was not set, precisely because CheckKeyTypes was not called.

Note: yes, CheckKeyTypes is meant to be callable without XkbKeyTypesMask, it
does properly check for that and just fills nTypes and mapWidths in that

Signed-off-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
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