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Zennode parses .rej file with no effect

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Hello everyone.
Recently I founded that Zennode can build a reject map with features from RMB. So I decided to build my map with some reject features.
So I have Zennode 1.2.1, my wad REJECT8.WAD and REJECT8.REJ file:

EXCLUDE (42,37,39,41,31,22,26,17,7,9,11,6) (42,37,39,41,31,22,26,17,7,9,11,6)
EXCLUDE (45,36,40,28,34,23,25,14,20,8,12,3) (45,36,40,28,34,23,25,14,20,8,12,3)
EXCLUDE (44,46,48,35,30,33,15,18,13,0,2,4) (44,46,48,35,30,33,15,18,13,0,2,4)
EXCLUDE (43,47,38,29,32,32,21,27,16,19,10,1,5) (43,47,38,29,32,32,21,27,16,19,10,1,5)
EXCLUDE (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48) (49,57,58,59)

I have created .bat file with such command line:
zennode -rmb Reject8.wad

When I launch it, it says:

6 valid RMB options detected
Working on: REJECT8.WAD
REJECT - Efficiency: 0.0%/ 0.0% Sectors: 251 0.200 secs

When I opened REJECT8.WAD with XWE I saw ALL ZEROES in REJECT lump.
Zennode did nothing. Why?

P.S. RMB program crashes in my map, it's too heavy for it.

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