-Placeholder for the next-generation MacPython IDE
+Welcome to the PyObjC repository
+This repository contains a number of Python packages/distributions
+* 'pyobjc': a meta package that is used for easy installation
+ using easy_install or pip
+* 'pyobjc-core': the actual bridge
+* 'pyobjc-framework-*': wrappers for specific frameworks (or sets of frameworks)
+* 'pyobjc-xcode': Mostly unmaintained Xcode templates for Python projects
+Supported Python versions
+PyObjC is regularly tested using Python 2.7, 3.2 and 3.3.
+Python 2.6 and 3.1 should also work, but aren't tested as much.
+I'm also regularly testing using the development version of Python (3.4),
+although support for 3.4 might be broken when there are large changes in
+PyPy, Jython and IronPython are not supported, and it is unlikely that this
+will change anytime soon.
+The easiest way to install PyObjC from the repository is by using the
+"install.py" script next to this file.
+First create a check-out::
+ $ hg clone https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ronaldoussoren/pyobjc
+Then perform the installation::
+ $ pythonX.Y pyobjc/install.py