The state of the documentation is worse than that. The installation instructions refer to a .tar.gz file and say to do an sudo on the command line, but in fact the download is a .dmg file which uncompresses to a .pkg package. It made me wonder whether I'd downloaded a trojan horse.
As the cherry on top, the instructions say "If you get any error messages please take a look at the MacOS X FAQ" which points you to a doc that says only, "This part of the page is still under construction."
I'm thinking, is this is the *easy* [LXM]AMPP package, imagine what the hard one is like! :-)
The undocumented XAMPP Control Panel app looks great but I note that it doesn't have a "security" function like the command-line mampp does.
So... if I stumbled through the download and install of http://www.apachefriends.org/download.p ... -0.7.4.dmg
and ran "sudo /Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp security" by hand, should I be okay? Or am I being gullible to install a package with this many security implications without proper documentation?