Layer 3 licensing: what criteria is used to determine layer 3?

I'm trying to understand what criteria Redseal uses to determine a layer 3 devices. For example, in Cisco L3 capable switches and routers, I was thinking Redseal would look for IP ROUTING or ROUTER to determine layer3. If a device is layer 3 capable but IP ROTUING is not enable, is it still considered a Layer 3 device (a license hit) ? I have a 3850 with IP ROUTING not enabled but I do have an ip route statement for the default gateway. Thanks.

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