The "build-citations" pragma is used to instruct the BLUE PROCESSOR to assemble the references declared in manuscript citemarks into a References Cited back-matter section.
The syntax for the build-citations pragma consists of:
An exclamation point !
The keyword build-citations
A coalescer (optional), specified using a full-stop . followed by a citemark coalescer.
An order attribute, (sequential, alpha, numeric) to identify how the citations should be ordered.
A junctors attribute, (yes or no), to specify whether or not hyperlinks should be created from the entries in the References Cited section back to the place in the manuscript where they were cited.
If a coalescer is specified, the builder will only include citemarks which specify that coalescer.
The default value for the junctors attribute is yes, which instructs the builder to create backlinks from the built section to the locations where the citations occur. But regardless of the junctors setting, each citemark occurance in the body-matter will always be hyperlinked to the corresponding full citation in the back-matter section built by the processor.
Here is what a build-citations pragma looks like within the body of a manuscript.