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@@ -137,137 +137,6 @@ It outputs the signatures over *all* denomination and signing keys
present in the input, in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-revoke-denomination
--------------------
-
-This subcommand signs a revocation message for a denomination key.
-
-The hash of the denomination public key must be given in the usual
-base32-encoding as the first and only argument to the subcommand.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the revocation of the denomination key,
-in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-revoke-signkey
---------------
-
-This subcommand signs a revocation message for an exchange online signing key.
-
-The online signing public key must be given in the usual
-base32-encoding as the first and only argument to the subcommand.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the revocation of the online signing key,
-in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-
-enable-auditor
---------------
-
-This subcommand
-informs an exchange that an auditor is to be activated. Afterwards, the
-exchange will accept inputs from that auditor's **taler-auditor-offline**
-tool. Note that the auditor also must add the exchange to the list of
-exchanges that it audits via **taler-auditor-exchange**. Furthermore, the
-exchange's database will need to be provided to the auditor. This subcommand
-only informs the exchange about the auditor, but does not perform those
-additional mandatory steps for a working auditor.
-
-The auditor's public key must be given in the usual base32-encoding as the
-first argument.
-
-The auditor's REST API base URL must be given as the second argument. The tool
-performs a minimal sanity check, namely that the URL begins with "http"
-(this also allows "https"), but as it runs offline does not perform any further
-validation!
-
-The third argument must be a human-readable name for the auditor. This may
-be shown to users and should identify the auditor's business entity. If
-the name includes spaces, the argument should be quoted.
-
-The subcommand takes no inputs from ``stdin`` or other subcommands.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the addition of the auditor,
-in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-disable-auditor
----------------
-
-This subcommand
-informs an exchange that an auditor is to be deactivated. Afterwards, the
-exchange will refuse inputs from that auditor's **taler-auditor-offline**
-tool.
-
-The auditor's public key must be given in the usual base32-encoding as the
-first argument.
-
-The subcommand takes no inputs from ``stdin`` or other subcommands.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the removal of the auditor,
-in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-enable-account
---------------
-
-This subcommand
-informs an exchange that it should advertise a bank account as belonging to
-the exchange on its ``/wire`` endpoint. Note that this does *not* ensure that
-the exchange will use this bank account for incoming or outgoing wire
-transfers! For this, the **taler-exchange-transfer** and
-**taler-exchange-wirewatch** tools must be configured. Furthermore, the bank
-account information advertised could theoretically differ from that which
-these tool actually use, for example if the public bank account is only a
-front for the actual internal business acounts.
-
-The ``payto://`` URI (RFC 8905) of the exchange's bank account must be given
-as the first argument to the subcommand.
-
-The subcommand takes no inputs from ``stdin`` or other subcommands.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the addition of the wire account,
-in a format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-disable-account
----------------
-
-This subcommand
-informs an exchange that it should stop advertising a bank account as
-belonging to the exchange on its ``/wire`` endpoint.
-
-The ``payto://`` URI (RFC 8905) of the exchange's (former) bank account must be
-given as the first argument to the subcommand.
-
-The subcommand takes no inputs from ``stdin`` or other subcommands.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the deletion of the wire account, in a
-format suitable for the ``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
-wire-fee
---------
-
-This subcommand informs an exchange about the desired wire fee (and closing fee)
-structure for particular wire method and a calendar year (!). The tool does not
-permit changing wire fees during a calendar year. Also, once the wire fee has been
-set for a calendar year, it cannot be changed.
-
-The subcommand takes the year, wire-method (see RFC 8905, examples include
-``x-taler-bank`` or ``iban``), wire fee and closing fee as arguments.
-Instead of a year, the string ``now`` can be given for the current year
-(this is mostly useful for test cases). The wire-method should follow the
-GANA registry as given in RFC 8905. The fees must be given in the usual
-Taler format of ``CURRENCY:NUMBER.FRACTION``.
-
-The subcommand takes no inputs from ``stdin`` or other subcommands.
-
-It outputs the signature affirming the wire fees, in a format suitable for the
-``upload`` subcommand.
-
-
upload
------