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<code>ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: '...'</code> This occurs in GRC when attempting to drag a block into a flowgraph. It usually means the <code>.yml</code> file cooresponding to the block located in the <code>grc/</code> folder is not filled out. ("..." is a placeholder).
 
<code>ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: '...'</code> This occurs in GRC when attempting to drag a block into a flowgraph. It usually means the <code>.yml</code> file cooresponding to the block located in the <code>grc/</code> folder is not filled out. ("..." is a placeholder).
 
<code>Error: invalid literal for int() with base 10: '1 /* max inputs */'</code> This occurs in GRC when attempting to drag a block into the flowgraph. This is caused by <code>multiplicity: 1 /* max inputs */</code> in your <code>.yml</code> file. Removing <code>/* max inputs */</code> will fix the error.
 

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