Offer clipboard data to the OS
int SDL_SetClipboardData(SDL_ClipboardDataCallback callback, SDL_ClipboardCleanupCallback cleanup, void *userdata, const char **mime_types, size_t num_mime_types);
|callback||A function pointer to the function that provides the clipboard data|
|cleanup||A function pointer to the function that cleans up the clipboard data|
|userdata||An opaque pointer that will be forwarded to the callbacks|
|mime_types||A list of mime-types that are being offered|
|num_mime_types||The number of mime-types in the mime_types list|
Returns 0 on success or a negative error code on failure; call SDL_GetError() for more information.
Tell the operating system that the application is offering clipboard data for each of the proivded mime-types. Once another application requests the data the callback function will be called allowing it to generate and respond with the data for the requested mime-type.
The size of text data does not include any terminator, and the text does not need to be null terminated (e.g. you can directly copy a portion of a document)
This function is available since SDL 3.0.0.