This tool is a rough-draft that may help you if you're in a similar boat. It requires Python 2.5+ to be installed, and I don't guarantee it'll work on Windows yet, but who knows.
The syntax is:
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python mudlet-release.py -p Lusternia -o whatever.xml "Lusternia Fancy GUI" "Mantis"
The remaining arguments are names of top-level Groups which you want to allow exporting of. If you're organized, you probably use the same top-level group in each section, so you can include that here. Any spaces in the name? Just wrap the name in double quotes.
This will go into the mudlet profile, grab the latest file, and then butcher it. It'll remove the HostPackage, and then go to each type of data (Trigger, alias, script, etc), and the first thing it'll do is butcher any top-level items in that package. Then, it'll go and kill any groups/folders which are /not/ in your list of allowable packages above.
(Rename the file to mudlet-release.py)
Bug reports here or on #mudlet. This is experimental at this point.
You can get it at: http://code.google.com/p/mudlet-packages/downloads/list