I released a new version of my iTunes Export Scala utility.
This is a port of the original .Net application to Scala. Scala is a hybrid Object Oriented/Functional language that compiles to Java class files and executes on the JVM. This port enables Mac OS X users to access iTunes Export features. The original iTunes Export application was written in .Net and does not run on Mac OS X.
iTunes Export exports your iTunes playlists as M3U or WPL files, allowing you to setup playlists in iTunes and use them with other software or devices.
This release adds support for Extended M3U, WPL, and ZPL playlist formats. It also provides the ability to override the default (or arbitrary) path prefix for the music files.
The project home page is here: http://www.ericdaugherty.com/dev/itunesexport/scala/
The project is hosted at Google Code. You can check out the Google Code project home page if you want to browse the source tree or track issues, etc.
I have received several new feature requests and bug reports recently and I plan on getting to them soon. Don't be afraid to ask for new features (firstname.lastname@example.org).