Originally Posted by ciromattia
hi, thanks for reporting, I did no tests on Windows, I'll do when I'm back from work. You need not to create the archive, the script should run fine on folders, I suppose the issue is in the different way to treat paths (*nix uses '/' and w32 uses '\'), I'll let you know when it's fixed!
The order issue is because of the OS, which orders folders and files alphabetically and not "humanly", so '10' (which starts with '1') comes before '9'. You should rename files padding with left '0's the one-numbered ones.