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Document libevent dependency and the pyzmq-static error in README.md

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 * Xcode 4.3.2
 * iOS SDK 5.1
 * Python 2.7 (as shipped with OS X)
+* libevent 2.0.18 (I used the package from [Homebrew](http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew/))
 * [pip](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip) 1.1
 * [virtualenv](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv) 1.7.1.2
 
 * pyzmq-static 2.1.7.1
 * wsgiref 0.1.2
 
-That's a lot of external dependencies, but they should just automatically work. The infrastructure hosting them will sooner or later break, of course.
+That's a lot of external dependencies, but they should just automatically work (with one caveat, see the Build section below.) The infrastructure hosting them will sooner or later break, of course.
 
 Because this is just a toy, I have made no effort to find out if it works on different versions of the tools. I also don't really expect that I'll be keeping it very up to date, so if you're running some newer versions of the above don't be surprised if things don't work anymore. If it breaks and you fix it, pull requests will be considered.
 
 
 The `get-dependencies.sh` script should set up the environment you need. It fetches the ZeroMQ sources and builds it for iOS, it fetches objc-zmq and creates the virtualenv sandbox with the required libraries for running the server.
 
-If it doesn't work, a good point to start investigation is to make sure `xcode-select` points to the correct Xcode. The expected output in the most common configuration looks like this:
+I get an error when the script builds pyzmq-static. It seems to work anyway.
+
+If you get an error at an earlier stage, a good point to start investigation is to make sure `xcode-select` points to the correct Xcode. The expected output in the most common configuration looks like this:
 
 	$ xcode-select -print-path
 	/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer