I'm trying to save a large number of files for an org in a single instance (over 35 files at a time). I'm replacing numerous endpoints to a new remote site, so basically a find/replace across numerous workflow rules. Since this is part of the manual step process after a sandbox refresh, I'm going to be performing this task quite frequently and I'd like to figure out a better approach. Here's the issue:
Anytime I try to run the 'compile_tabs' command it hangs on me.
It will say: 'Operation: Compiling:' and then the Result animation will go on forever and I will have to close out of sublime altogether. I've found the most effective way is to save 7 files at a time, wait for those to finish, check for any errors and save again. Lather, rinse, repeat... Any more than than 7 or so usually results in the 'hanging' issue.
Anyone have any thoughts on this? Can you somehow request to disable parallel saving while saving a large number of files to the server?
I located this question, but doesn't really address my problem specifically: Save/Deploy multiple files at once with MavensMate in Sublime Text 3
My "mm_compile_with_tooling_api" is set to TRUE,
Sublime Text - Build 3065 AND MavensMate for Sublime Text v 4.0.2
Update I did the 'Save All' command after doing "Compiling Selected Metadata" and only 14/35 saves went through successfully. (It also did it over lunch since it seems to take forever, as it appears to try to compile all in parallel.)