I don't know why I changed it, but in v0.3 it assumes you have installed the Java Development Kit (JDK) on a 64bit system (it mirrors my system rather than a universal approach).
If you have java added to your windows PATH, try using these files, just extract these to the same directory and run these instead.
I am using a 64 bit system I have jdk on both program files 64 bit and (x86) and the path in the test keys ran to jdk 1.6.0_25(x86) so I used notepad ++ edit it to 1.7.0(x86) tried again it signed and zipalinged no problem
Your right, I wrote this quickly to fulfil my needs on my system.
I will update to v0.4 with error checking & JDK checking soon.
Thanks for the suggestion.
EDIT: Seems you beat me to the reply leith. If your JDK is added to your windows path then it shouldnt matter whether its 32 or 64 bit. When I updated from v0.2 to v0.3 I used my personal build rather than the universal "java" approach. I can see that as explicit paths are specified in the .bat. v0.4 will add error checking and will most probably include a stripped out java package.
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