Does anyone know if @CopyOutcome annotation on a generator template behaves differently in the MPS IDE than on a command line build via build solution?...

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if you use a macro for the target location it needs to be provided accordingly
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Yeah, did that. The problem that I had turned out to be completely unrelated: after searching in the logging, I found that I missed specifying some dependencies (plaintextgen and plaintextflow) in the build solution. Weirdly enough, this just worked in the MPS IDE, but not from command line build.
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so the languages were not loaded…. Very important log for these cases is the .caches/log folder… and you can adjust the log.xml to your needs… in case you need to dig deep in other situations
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