Of course iTunes is scriptable. 🙂
Now I have to wade through the interface to see if it’s got any interesting strings I can pluck.
This goes way back to the early 90s, when we were working with Apple on scriptable apps. I’d like to drive synchronization of photos, for example, that means some interesting Flickr to iPhone apps are possible. Of course it would be so much easier if the iPhone were just a folder with sub-folders, and it took note of the changes without having to use an intermediate piece of software. Maybe there is a way to do that. It worked with iPods, right??
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