Wrappers for the framework "InterfaceBuilderKit" on MacOSX. This framework is only available when you've installed Xcode 3.x, but not with earlier or later releases of Xcode.
The Interface Builder Kit is a framework containing the classes you use to implement custom plug-ins for Interface Builder. A plug-in injects one or more custom objects into Interface Builder's library window. From the library window, users can access your custom objects and drag them into their nib files just as they would the standard system controls. You can also use this framework to implement inspectors for manipulating your objects at runtime.
These wrappers don't include documentation, please check Apple's documention for information on how to use this framework and PyObjC's documentation for general tips and tricks regarding the translation between Python and (Objective-)C frameworks
NOTE: To run the unittests for this framework use:
$ env DYLD_FRAMEWORK_PATH="$(xcode-select -print-path)/Library/PrivateFrameworks/" python setup.py test
This is needed because the InterfaceBuilderKit framework won't load otherwise.