Cirrus version 1.12 and Taccy version 1.14 finally put to rest the problems which surfaced when Big Sur changed the rules for formatting of time, particularly when you don’t use a 24-hour clock. These new versions should be happy with a Buddhist calendar working to a 12-hour clock in Mongolian summer time. They should also detect any future problems which might arise should Apple change the behaviour of time formatting.
In addition to that, they incorporate similar substantial changes to those I made in Mints, which should significantly improve performance and reduce memory requirements when working with log extracts. This is the result of my refactoring the way that individual log entries are formatted for display.
These complete the updates necessary to work around the changes in the formatting of time in about macOS 11.2. If you come across any remaining problems, please don’t hesitate to let me know so that I can fix them.