It's been published
. Here's the most interesting part:
§ 2. The Ordinary, in full observance of the discipline of celibate clergy in the Latin Church, as a rule (pro regula) will admit only celibate men to the order of presbyter. He may also petition the Roman Pontiff, as a derogation from can. 277, §1, for the admission of married men to the order of presbyter on a case by case basis, according to objective criteria approved by the Holy See.
I've heard that the Vatican's "as a rule" means, in English, "ideally, but not necessarily the case in all circumstances". In any event, the Constitution does allow for a "tradition" of married presbyters within this Anglican structure, at least on a "case by case" basis.