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Create html from iTunes xml using XSLT

Transforming xml to html

Since the beginning of time people have had the urge to show other people their record collections. Nobody knows why. This usually involved a lot of dragging people home and boring them to death while excitedly playing Mike Oldfield "Tubular Bells".
Thanks to the internet it is nowadays somewhat easier. I created a simple .xsl file that you can process your iTunes xml file with to generate a webpage listing all your music.
Your iTunes XML file is located in:
Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\iTunes Music Library.xml

Windows Vista:
C:\Users\username\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music Library.xml

Windows 7:
C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\iTunes Music Library.xml

On a mac:
/Users/username/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music Library.xml

I have created to two .xsl files. They are the same, just sorting the result differently.
a) sorted by artist
b) sorted by play count, artist
See examples further down for what the result looks like.

You can use those to process your iTunes xml file yourself, or if you are lazy:

1) Make a copy of your iTunes xml file
2) include the line
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="https://www.edlin.org/xslt/itunes-to-html.xsl"?>
as the second line in the xml file.
Like this:

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
 <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="https://www.edlin.org/xslt/itunes-to-html.xsl"?>
 <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
 <plist version="1.0">
 	<key>Major Version</key><integer>1</integer>
 	<key>Minor Version</key><integer>1</integer>
 	<key>Application Version</key><string>4.8</string>
Leave everything else as it were in the xml file, just add that single line.
Open the modified xml file in your browser. As you see, the xml file will pull the xsl file and format it nicely. Simply upload the xml file to your website, and people can easily see what kind of music you like (or at least, what kind of music you have).

Feedback is of course as always welcome.

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