iTunes2HTML is a simplistic Perl script that generates an HTML listing from the "iTunes Music Library.xml" file automatically generated by Apple's iTunes. It was originally created as a quickie hack for my own personal list, and as such assumes some rather anal rules about the quality of your id3 tags (ie. "if the id3's aren't perfect, don't list this mp3"). This current version adds some command line flags to ignore some of my anal rules, at the expense of less information displayed.
Please note: this script is only to be run from the command line. It's not a GUI application like you'd expect (or pay shareware licensing for) under OS X. You shouldn't download this if you haven't had any experience with running command line applications under Apple's Terminal.app. Also realize that this script was originally made for my purposes only, but after some popularity/feature requests, I've decided to mention it here. For me to make it as generic as every user would need would require a rewrite, and that's not going to happen ("it works for my needs") anytime soon (no time).