Hello. I'm using the MPS build runner language to make some code run by building MPS on the command line. However, the main function invoked by the build runner is just a static function, and obtains ...

This is an auto-generated question from the MPS Slack community: Hello. I'm using the MPS build runner language to make some code run by building MPS on the command line. However, the main function invoked by the build runner is just a static function, and obtains no arguments. How do I properly access the set of currently loaded MPS models from this state?
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have a look at the implementation, there are other methods with arguments searched before the one without is called
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