grbl v1.1 not issues with config.h

I went through the config.h and tried to solve these issues but it came back with the same error.

Arduino: 1.8.5 (Windows 10), Board: "Arduino Uno"

The sketch name had to be modified. Sketch names can only consist
of ASCII characters and numbers and be less than 64 characters long.

In file included from C:\Users\benne\Documents\Arduino\libraries\grbl/config.h:30:0,

from C:\Users\benne\Documents\Arduino\sketchgrbl_v1.1\sketchgrbl_v1.1.ino:1:

C:\Users\benne\Documents\Arduino\libraries\grbl/grbl.h:68:4: error: #error "Required HOMING_CYCLE_0 not defined."

#error "Required HOMING_CYCLE_0 not defined."

^~~~~

C:\Users\benne\Documents\Arduino\libraries\grbl/grbl.h:108:4: error: #error "WCO refresh must be greater than one."

#error "WCO refresh must be greater than one."

^~~~~

C:\Users\benne\Documents\Arduino\libraries\grbl/grbl.h:111:4: error: #error "Override refresh must be greater than zero."

#error "Override refresh must be greater than zero."

^~~~~

exit status 1
Error compiling for board Arduino Uno.

This report would have more information with
"Show verbose output during compilation"
option enabled in File -> Preferences.

config.h (48.5 KB)

GRBL does not usually need too many changes to operate out of the box.

I find it better to simply upload the STOCK version and then make the changes in such as UGS or whatever you will be using to send G-CODE.

Generally alter one setting at a time and test that to make sure it is doing what you need.

Exceptions to that could be the settings for the stepper motors where it is often easier to change a PAIR of settings
$100 & $110 < X axis
$101 & $111 < Y axis

Many people try changing too many things at once and that will get a lot of people into trouble.
Also bear in mind that the stock GRBL is only suitable for certain boards !

Anything else may need a custom version specific to that board or you may have to even re-write parts of GRBL yourself for an oddball board.

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