Well I probably shouldn't be the one responding, but since it's been here a while I guess it's okay, but yes it is.
One of the first pages I create on any web server is a phpinfo.php page, which simply has phpinfo() in it. I tend to put it at the root, but that's just my preference/laziness. This way I can go to http://servernameoraddresshere/phpinfo.php
and find out such cool things as what version of php and apache is installed, along with other things. It will even show you what options where compiled into php, in the case of the latest XAMPP, under the configure command section it does show : "--with-ldap=/opt/lampp' '", so to answer your question, yes it does.
Great package, eh?