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gmStudio is licensed in three forms according to licensing and capabilities: Trial, Promotional, and Professional.  Custom licenses are also available to partners for commercial use with special terms.

The licensing options for gmStudio are as follows: 

Edition

License

Constraint

TrialPromotionalStandardLiteProfessional
Purpose

translations for 
evaluation only

translations for
release allowed
translations for
release allowed
translations for
release allowed
GUIfullfullWizard Onlywizard onlyfull
VB6 maximum LOC*11K LOC10K LOCunlimitedunlimited
ASP maximum LOC*5K LOC00unlimited
Target Language C#yesyesyesyes
Target Language VB.NETyesyesyesyes
Session Limitunlimitedunlimitedunlimitedunlimited
Duration Limit15 daysper licenseper licenseper license
Machine-Specificnoyesyesyes
Requires License Filenoyesyesyes
Project-Specificnoyesnono
Custom Scriptsyesyesnoyes
License Term15 daysper licenseper licenseper license
License PriceFreeFreeContact us Contact us 

LOC = Lines of Code

Size Limited Licenses

Generally, gmStudio licenses are limited by time, not by source LOC.  However, in special cases a license will also be for a specific set of code files (aka a Project-Specific license).  Please Custom licenses are also available to partners for commercial use with special terms.

Please Contact us if you are interested in learning more.

Project-Specific License

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Simple LOC-Limited License

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Info
titleLOC Calculation

When LOC limits are used, they are computed based on the counting the lines in the source files referenced by your gmStudio project.  

For both ASP and VB6, LOC count exclude blank lines; but includes comments, logic, declarations, and designer content.

For ASP, the LOC value is a "deep" line count: it sums the LOC for every page including the lines in the referenced #include files.  Note the size of an ASP site upgrade script is the sum of the sizes of the pages it references but each #include file is only counted once.

You can see for yourself how LOC counting works for any gmStudio project using the Trial Edition.