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So you want to amalgamate the music onto your iPhone? I don't think that's possible.
Why don't you just merge your iTunes libraries so you just have it on one Mac instead of two? Problem solved.
This is a slippery path I wouldn't risk walking on.
AFAIK it's not possible.
Why not use a home server/DLNA certified NAS to hold the music and synch with one Mac?
Or just synch both libraries?
If that's not option, I don't know what I can tell you to be honest.
I shall have a google ride for you in a few moments, so hold out!
My guess is, one of the Macs is not your's right?
I had the same requirement. Reason for having it on 2 systems is because you might want to keep them both in line with each other. Nothing worse than wanting to synch from mac 1 and it tells you it wants to delete all your music etc.
It's possible with editing a XML file on both machines but at the moment I don't have the link. Soon as I find it I will post.