1. Ronald Oussoren
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Welcome to PyObjC</title>
<h2>Welcome to PyObjC</h2>
<p>The PyObjC package provides the glue needed to interface the Python interpreter
with the Objective-C language. At its core is the <code><span>objc</span></code> module makes 
Objective-C objects and classes available as first-class Python citizens. It is 
not only possible to use Objective-C objects but you can also subclass 
Objective-C classes.</p>
<p>To make it easier to use the core <code><span>objc</span></code> module, this package also provides 
a number of modules that are wrappers for the Cocoa frameworks, such as
Foundation and AppKit. These modules not only give you access to the classes in
these frameworks but also to the functions and constants in those modules.</p>
<p>To install this package double-click on <code><span>PyObjC.pkg</span></code>. This will install the
PyObjC python package and some Project Builder templates. The documentation
and examples are found in  the folder <code><span>PyObjC</span> <span>Documentation</span> <span>and</span> <span>Examples</span></code>. 
Install these by dragging this folder to you disk, <code><span>/Library/Documentation</span></code>
is a suitable location.</p>
<p>NOTE: This installer package is for MacOS X 10.2 with the Python 2.2 supplied
by Apple. There is a seperate installer for MacOS X 10.3. If you use 
MacPython 2.3 on MacOS X 10.2 you should use the <code><span>Package</span> <span>Manager</span></code> 
application to install PyObjC. In other situation you can install PyObjC from 
the source archive.</p>