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authorFlorian Dold <florian.dold@gmail.com>2020-01-09 23:40:33 +0100
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@@ -15,12 +15,12 @@ ones currently supported by the exchange.
X-TALER-BANK
------------
-The "x-taler-bank" wire format is used for testing and for integration with Taler's
+The ``x-taler-bank`` wire format is used for testing and for integration with Taler's
simple "bank" system which in the future might be useful to setup a bank
for a local / regional currency or accounting system. Using ``x-taler-bank``
wire method in combination with the Taler's bank, it is thus possible to
fully test the Taler system without using "real" currencies. The URL
-format for "x-taler-bank" is simple, in that it only specifies an account
+format for ``x-taler-bank`` is simple, in that it only specifies an account
number and the URL of the bank:
::
@@ -29,10 +29,10 @@ number and the URL of the bank:
The account identifier given must be a non-empty alphanumeric ASCII string. As with
any payto://-URI, additional fields may be present (after a ?), but
-are not required. The BANK_URI may include a port number. If none is
+are not required. The ``BANK_URI`` may include a port number. If none is
given, ``https`` over port 443 is assumed. If a port number is
given, ``http`` over the given port is to be used. Note that this
-means that you cannot run an x-taler-bank over @code{https} on a
+means that you cannot run an x-taler-bank over ``https`` on a
non-canonical port.
Note that a particular exchange is usually only supporting one particular bank