I had downloaded your zip file, While unzip that folder no script will be produced? I think it may be the uploading error?
You must be trying to unpack it under Windows (as do I). Apparently, Windows' poor ZIP implementation does not support LZMA compression (and, typically, does not say what's wrong but fails silently).
Use another unzipper -- I'm quite content so far with 7-Zip -- or, well, I had it unpacked anyway, so you can use the one attached here.
(Kasyan -- any particular way you packed this file?)
The attachement is fine -- Jongware!
Kasyan -- any particular way you packed this file?
I use WinZip 12.0 Pro with compression set to legacy compression (Zip 2.0 compatible).
[Still OT ...] Weird.
7-Zip reports the compression of Windows' "Send to compressed folder" zips as "Deflate" -- I would say that's pretty old fashioned. Your file gets a description of "LZMA", which doesn't really tell me anything at all. Perhaps it's too old.[*]
[Really getting OT for InDesign Scripting] 7-Zip for Windows is free (http://www.7-zip.org/), fast, user friendly, can compress and unpack from the Explorer, and supports lots and lots of file types. Even a Mac archived .DMG file is not a problem! (You do need to know the basics of that, though.) Weirdest-I-found-so-far: you can "open" a Windows Executable program and extract its code and data segments ...
[Ed.] [*] Idly browsing the 7-zip site, I came across a description of its native compression:
"LZMA is default and general compression method of 7z format. The main features of LZMA method:"
(a list of super-modern features follows -- including multi- and P4-hyper-threading.)
That's what WinZip calls "legacy"? Boy am I getting old.
I did as you advised: downloaded and installed 7-Zip. I used to receive many complaints from people that were unable to unzip files downloaded from my site — that's why I changed the default compression to legacy compression — complaints stopped until yesterday, so I thought this solved the problem.
Most likely, the last version — 12 — doesn't mean the best yet.