+This is a plugin for Sublime Text 2 that will push and pull theme assets from Shopify.
+1. `cd <shopify package directory>`
+2. `hg clone https://bitbucket.org/dwarburton/sublimeshopify Shopify`
+There are several commands that can be accessed from Sublime Text's command pallete to
+interact with Shopify. The first invocation of any of these will instead open the file
+where your Shopify access credentials must be configured. Follow the instructions at
+http://wiki.shopify.com/Shopify_Textmate_Bundle to find the values for these settings,
+with one exception: the Shop Name should only be the first subdomain of the shopify
+address (.myshopify.com is added automatically).
+When the configuration file is saved, then you may immediately use the Shopify commands.
+Launching any one of the commands will chain together all of the commands necessary to
+get to the correct asset you would like to edit. For example, if you run the Show Assets
+command but haven't selected a store or theme, then you will be prompted for those first.
+The second time you run the Show Assets command, you will not need to choose the store or
+theme. If you want an asset from a different theme or different store, then run the command
+to Show Stores or Show Themes to switch.
+The downloaded files are uploaded automatically when they are saved. You will see a
+confirmation or failure message in the status bar after saving.
+Currently there is very little cleverness in the downloading and saving of assets.
+You *will* be able to clobber more recent changes made by someone else and the asset
+*will* be downloaded everytime it is opened, even if it has not been changed.
+<span style="color: red">The security protecting your API key is not very strong.</span> On Windows and OS X
+the API key will be transmitted by HTTPS, but the python library used (urllib) does
+not validate certificates and so the API key could be stolen by a man in the middle
+attack. On Linux HTTPS cannot be used because the python distributed with Sublime
+Text 2 Linux Edition was not compiled with SSL and so the API key is available
+to man in the middle attackers and also attackers on the local network. On all systems
+the API key will be available to attackers who have administrative access to your PC. **These
+are also limitations of the official Shopify TextMate bundle (except the linux/https issue).**