Unless there's a compelling reason why it's bad to use the file extension, I keep not giving a shit. I made emitor in Linux and did not check if the extension is in use by anything when porting to Windows. You have to live with it, unless it breaks something.
It doesn't state the architecture. x86 or x64? File access uses ffi stuff, the arch is the most important thing here. I tested on W7 x64 without problems, but did not test on x86.
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Edit: from your screenshot I can tell it's x64 and it's a null pointer exception. I have seen this before when doing file access with ffi on Windows, but I can't currently reproduce it anymore on my test systems. Will keep trying though.