Yep, the same. So a long time ago, when I first got into programming, I was...fascinated by Oracle Apex - it's like, you declare your database schema, and it can generate CRUD web apps which you can extend with PL/SQL. Back then, it was the craze.
Nowadays, I look at generative programming as something that can use dataflow-based code extensively. Imagine, writing workflows that can either do a specific task - or workflows that can use metaprogramming to write code themselves. Hook up different workflows together into a flowchart of sorts, which then produces runnable apps.