In moving to Python3 I also updated the modules that I depend upon to parse and create XLSX files and access the ESE database that contains the SRUM data. I hope that this will fix the issue that some users have experienced with SRUDB.dat files that create very large spreadsheets. If it does not please let me know and continue to use SRUM_DUMP_CSV.EXE to avoid the XLSX problem.
In moving to Python3 you will find the process to be faster.
If you would like to run the tools from source instructions for doing so are in the README on the github page.
I'm back on Windows. After 8 years on a Macintosh I just couldn't go another day with ONLY 16GB of RAM. I priced it out and for the cost of a top of the line MacBook I could get a tricked out PC with 32GB of ram and 2.5 TB or hard drive space (1.5 of it being SSD). So I made the switch. To get a top performing laptop I ended up buying a gaming machine from xoticpc.com. The model is Sager NP9752 (Clevo P750ZM). I have to say I like it quite a bit. One of the features I was curious about was the "Programmable backlit keyboard". With it you can set your keyboard backlight to various colors and light movement patterns. Now, when I hear "programmable" I think APIs. I was a little disappointed to find out there weren't any documented APIs that I could use to control the keyboard. Your only choice is to use their built in tool to configure the lights on the keyboard. That stinks. I want to be able to change key colors automatically …