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Feature/docs 4696 #1141

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@@ -33,4 +33,4 @@ libraries.
The ``always`` policy, will retrieve the sources each time the package is installed so it can be useful for providing a "latest" mechanism
or ignoring the uploaded binary packages.

The package pattern can be referred as the package name only or a full reference e.g :command:`--build Poco` or :command:`--build zlib/1.2.11@conan/stable`.
The package pattern can be referred as the package name only, part of the package name, a fnmatchable pattern or a full reference e.g :command:`--build Poco`, :command:`--build Poc`, :command:`--build zlib/*@conan/*`, :command:`--build *@conan/stable` or :command:`--build zlib/1.2.11@conan/stable`.
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ installed, Conan will write the files for the specified generators.
missing binary package. --build=[pattern] Build always
these packages from source, but never build the
others. Allows multiple --build parameters. 'pattern'
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package name. Default
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package reference. Default
behavior: If you don't specify anything, it will be
similar to '--build=never', but package recipes can
override it with their 'build_policy' attribute in the
@@ -173,8 +173,8 @@ to build things or not:
requested configuration was not found on any of the active remotes.
* :command:`--build=outdated`: Conan will try to build from code if the binary is not built with the
current recipe or when missing binary package.
* :command:`--build=[pattern]`: A fnmatch file pattern of a package name. E.g., ``zl*`` will match
``zlib`` package. Conan will force the build of the packages, the name of which matches the given
* :command:`--build=[pattern]`: A fnmatch file pattern of a package reference. E.g., ``zl*`` will match
``zlib`` package. Conan will force the build of the packages, the reference of which matches the given
**pattern**. Several patterns can be specified, chaining multiple options,
e.g., :command:`--build=pattern1 --build=pattern2`.
* :command:`--build`: Always build everything from source. Produces a clean re-build of all packages
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ project.
missing binary package. --build=[pattern] Build always
these packages from source, but never build the
others. Allows multiple --build parameters. 'pattern'
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package name. Default
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package reference. Default
behavior: If you don't specify anything, it will be
similar to '--build=never', but package recipes can
override it with their 'build_policy' attribute in the
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ must exist in the local cache or in any configured remote.
missing binary package. --build=[pattern] Build always
these packages from source, but never build the
others. Allows multiple --build parameters. 'pattern'
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package name. Default
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package reference. Default
behavior: If you don't specify anything, it will be
similar to '--build=never', but package recipes can
override it with their 'build_policy' attribute in the
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ conan workspace install
missing binary package. --build=[pattern] Build always
these packages from source, but never build the
others. Allows multiple --build parameters. 'pattern'
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package name. Default
is a fnmatch file pattern of a package reference. Default
behavior: If you don't specify anything, it will be
similar to '--build=never', but package recipes can
override it with their 'build_policy' attribute in the
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