+Build instructions for building and installing pygame
+pygame is built and installed using the python distutils.
+The majority of your work will likely be preparing the
+dependencies for pygame. You will obviously need Python 2.0
+installed and ready for development work. The only other
+requirement is SDL. You should be able to get this compiled
+without difficulty. (There is an available devel download
+for windows which will suit your needs on that platform).
+This is all you'll need for the base pygame installation.
+There are extra modules you can use which require other
+dependencies like Numeric Python and many of the SDL
+daughter libraries, like SDL_image and SDL_ttf.
+If installing under Windows without a compiler, or without
+needing any of the pygame dependencies. You can download
+the Windows Precompiled Binaries Release. Download and
+extract this zipfile into the same directory as pygame.
+Now you don't need to worry about any of the Setup files,
+just type "python setup.py install" and you will be set.
+You control the compilation of pygame with the "Setup"
+file. The default Setup file is named "Setup.in". The
+file uses basic cross-compiler flags to configure pygame.
+The pygame installation also comes with a "config.py"
+script. This will create a Setup file based on the different
+setting of your platform. This should have little difficulty
+building you a proper "Setup" file to compile with.
+Once you are reasonably pleased with your "Setup" file, it's
+time to build and install with distutils. This is all handled
+with the "setup.py" script. Most users will be able to issue
+the command "python setup.py install" and distutils will build
+and install everything you need.
+On windows, distutils will copy the needed dependency DLL's
+it finds and place them in the final pygame installation folder.
+This should happen automatically. If you get missing DLL errors
+when importing the different pygame modules, it is likely python
+cannot find the needed dependency libraries. You will want to
+hand-copy the needed DLLs to somewhere on your windows path or
+into the installed pygame package directory.
+On unix, you will likely need to be root to install the
+library. The installation needs to create directories in
+the python include and site directories. Distutils offers
+flags to control where pygame will be installed.
+Assuming no errors stopped the install, you are good to go.
+Head to the examples directory and start trying things out.
+If you do have problems, first check the error. It is likely
+a problem with your Setup file.