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MAMP 3.0.4
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MAMP stands for: Mac, Apache, MySQL and PHP. With just a few mouse-clicks, you can install Apache, PHP and MySQL for OS X!

MAMP installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your OS X computer, be it PowerBook or iMac. Like similar packages from the Windows- and Linux-world, MAMP comes free of charge.

MAMP is installed in the typical Mac fashion: very easily. MAMP will not compromise any existing Apache installation already running with your OS X. You can install Apache, PHP and MySQL without starting a script or having to change any
What's New
Version 3.0.4:
  • Fixed a problem with font support in ImageMagick
  • Installer images are now Retina compatible
  • Added: PHP v5.4.26, Ghostscript 9.14
  • Updated: ImageMagick 6.8.8-9, Imagick 3.1.2, phpMyAdmin 4.1.12, phpLiteAdmin 1.9.5, APCu 4.0.4, Xdebug 2.2.4, Perl 5.18.12
Components updated:
  • Apache HTTP Server 2.2.26
  • MySQL 5.5.34
  • PHP 5.1.6, PHP 5.2.17, PHP 5.3.28, PHP 5.4.26, PHP 5.5.10
  • APC/apcu 3.1.13/4.0.4
  • eAccelerator 0.9.6.1
  • XCache 1.2.2 & 1.3.2 & 3.1.0
  • Xdebug 2.2.4
  • Perl 5.18.2
  • mod_perl 2.0.8
  • Python 2.7.6
  • mod_wsgi 3.4
  • mod_python 3.5.0
  • phpMyAdmin 4.1.12
  • phpLiteAdmin 1.9.5
  • SQLiteManager 1.2.4
  • Freetype 2.4.12
  • t1lib 5.1.2
  • curl 7.28.1
  • jpeg 8d
  • libpng 1.6.6
  • tiff 4.0.3
  • Ghostscript 9.14
  • ImageMagick 6.8.8-9
  • Imagick 3.1.2
  • gd 2.0.34
  • zlib 1.2.8
  • ICU 52.1 (Unicode 6.3)
  • libxml2 2.8.0
  • libxslt 1.1.28
  • gettext 0.18.1.1
  • libidn 1.17
  • iconv 1.14
  • mcrypt 2.6.8
  • YAZ 4.0.1 & PHP/YAZ 1.1.5
Version 3.0.4:
  • Fixed a problem with font support in ImageMagick
  • Installer images are now Retina compatible
  • Added: PHP v5.4.26, Ghostscript 9.14
  • Updated: ImageMagick 6.8.8-9, Imagick 3.1.2, phpMyAdmin 4.1.12, phpLiteAdmin 1.9.5, APCu 4.0.4, Xdebug 2.2.4, Perl 5.18.12
Components updated:
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6.6 or later





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MAMP User Discussion (Write a Review)
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+47
Diarbyrag commented on 11 Apr 2014
I was under the impression that "the typical Mac fashion" was drag and drop from a DMG, not installer packages which many people distrust.
[Version 3.0.4]

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3mors replied on 16 Apr 2014
Haters gonna hate... There's an installer just because MAMP folder contains all your project files and database and it takes care of migrating all your data when you update an older version.
Something that you can't do with a simple drag&drop.
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Diarbyrag replied on 16 Apr 2014
I never said hate anywhere mate !
I have been perfectly able to migrate my stuff on previous updates ta ! the installer also continually re-installs a pile of foreign language files I don't need to clog my mac with.
Plus I now use Virtual host so none of my stuff is in the MAMP folder.
Would be good to have a choice.
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morimuc reviewed on 12 Mar 2014
Besides some additional features like ffmpeg etc. very great app.
[Version 3.0.2]

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morimuc replied on 12 Mar 2014
I mean of course missing features.
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Claudio-Ambrosini commented on 05 Mar 2014
Why don't include MongoDB?
Why don't add option to use Nginx with php-fpm?

I can help to include this features. Best regards..
[Version 3.0]


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+27

--marc reviewed on 23 Jul 2013
Overall, I have found MAMPS/MAMPS Pro to be a solid useable package. Thus 4 star's; however ...

I switched from using MAMPS Pro for several years to AMPPS for the following reasons:

1) AMPPS has been easier to teach to my kids than MAMPS

2) In my view, MAMPS has some pieces related to the user configuration which are "more closed, less transparent" than AMPPS. AMPPS directly provides the raw config files. MAMPS layers a closed source GUI on various config files.

3) AMPPS directory structure is more like our live server directory structure than MAMPS.

4) AMPPS more convenient to use. In particular, the basic CPanel and Softaculous are particularly helpful in working with installing and maintaining open source web apps such as WordPress.
[Version 2.1.3]

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+21
Ptk3 replied on 12 Apr 2014
Thanks for your comment that makes me discover AMPPS, which is really a great piece of software. I'm thinking to use it with my students rather that MAMPS, which is more complicated to learn (I teach Communication, not computer science, though).
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+35

Whisperquiet reviewed on 18 Mar 2013
Just excellent; industrial software configured into a stand-alone environment on your Mac! It just works and works well. This is a must for testing web sites, PHP sites with databases and e-commerce etc locally.
[Version 2.1.3]


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+35

Whisperquiet reviewed on 10 Feb 2013
Great software. Easy to install and use, very reliable and an ideal environment.
[Version 2.1.2]


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+4
Won commented on 12 Jul 2012
http://mamp.info/en/documentation/releases.html
[Version 2.1.1]


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-9

Bardosity reviewed on 14 Jul 2011
After reading the previous reviews I was pretty scared to upgrade, but I did it anyway. Everything worked great and the new SSL features are fantastic!
[Version 2.0]


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Gerylaurent commented on 13 Jul 2011
After testing in MAMP on Mac OS 10.7, the MySQL database does not
even after restarting the computer.
[Version 2.0]


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Mikaelf commented on 22 Mar 2011
Doesn't work. MySQL wont start. Mac OS X 10.6.6 and latest MAMP.
[Version 1.9.5]

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Egyptik replied on 14 Apr 2011
Do you have admin rights on your machine? Did you allow MAMP to start MySQL?
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Mikaelf replied on 14 Apr 2011
Yes & Yes
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+6
Egyptik replied on 14 Apr 2011
Are you sure nothing else is running on the port that MySQL is trying to use?

A re-boot of your computer or a re-install of MAMP may sometimes solve the problem aswell...
There are currently no troubleshooting comments. If you are experiencing a problem with this app, please post a comment.


ckenney108 rated on 22 Mar 2013

[Version 2.1.3]



Pannox2 rated on 16 Mar 2013

[Version 2.1.2]



gmarcy rated on 05 Jan 2013

[Version 2.1.1]



+38

UntilGravity rated on 16 Jun 2012

[Version 2.0.5]



richardmannich rated on 30 Jan 2012

[Version 2.0.5]



Qufeng rated on 24 Sep 2011

[Version 2.0.3]



alexnosov rated on 09 Sep 2011

[Version 2.0.3]



Ivan-Tiukov rated on 29 Mar 2011

[Version 1.9.5]



Ryangolla rated on 18 Mar 2011

[Version 1.9.5]



+45

Myschizobuddy rated on 12 Feb 2011

[Version 1.9.3]


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MAMP stands for: Mac, Apache, MySQL and PHP. With just a few mouse-clicks, you can install Apache, PHP and MySQL for OS X!

MAMP installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your OS X computer, be it PowerBook or iMac. Like similar packages from the Windows- and Linux-world, MAMP comes free of charge.

MAMP is installed in the typical Mac fashion: very easily. MAMP will not compromise any existing Apache installation already running with your OS X. You can install Apache, PHP and MySQL without starting a script or having to change any configuration files!

Furthermore, if MAMP is no longer needed, it is sufficient to delete the MAMP folder and everything returns to its original status (i.e. MAMP does not modify any of the "normal" OS X).

Similar to a Linux-Distribution, MAMP is a combination of free software and thus it is offered free of charge. MAMP is released under the GNU General Public License and may thereby be distributed freely within the boundaries of this license. Please note: some of the included software is released using a different license. In these cases, the corresponding license applies.

MAMP was created primarily as a PHP development environment for Mac computer and should therefore not be used as Live Webserver for the Internet. In this case, we recommend that you use OS X server with the provided Apache or a Linux server.


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