PlzDieKthx wrote:when you run it with without any command line argument it just flashes on the screen and is gone
If a program is stated as being a "command-line" tool, this is normal. As somebody else here said, they are not meant to be double-clicked from within Windows; command-line tools are meant to be run from a command line
If you do it often, you could create a shortcut to the program and use the properties dialog on the shortcut to put "cmd /k " before the actual command itself in the "Target" field. For example, turn "c:\my doom wads\aprogram.exe" into "cmd /k c:\my doom wads\aprogram.exe".
This will cause a command-prompt to open and (due to the "/k") STAY open after running the command. You can then run the command again by typing its name in the command prompt window. The command to exit a command prompt is "exit" (oddly enough
If the above looks like gibberish, then sorry, you're stuffed until somebody makes a GUI version of the tool, which may not happen as GUI programs are much more complicated to write than console (i.e., command-line) programs