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I'm looking at incorporating Spine into our toolchain. This would require a large number of machines to run Spine from the command line to export data to json. These machines will range from CI/build -servers to developers in non-animating roles, all having in common that they will never need to actually use the GUI.

Would it be correct to assume that these machines would not be considered "users"?

If not, would it be possible to create a version of Spine that only works in command line mode, which could then be freely distributed and used?
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Currently the way export works is it basically needs to boot up Spine, then do the export. Because of that, you have to first run it in GUI mode, input an activation code, and allow it to download the first update. After that you can use it from the command line. This may be an issue, since it means your build server needs a GUI,

I would agree, you shouldn't need an additional license for a build server. Unfortunately you'll need a full version of Spine and activation code though, as that is difficult to change right now.
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