If you are talking about a cponflict as in WAR, I don't think so. :)
openERP is an ERP, with its own server (port 8069)
XAMPP is a combination of programs, which happen to be able to serve webpages. By default Apache (the A) is responding to port 80 and sometimes 443 (depending on configuration). It is possible to modify either openERP or Apache to respond to other ports, but if you stick to the default config, they should not be in each others way.
The one thing I think of which might give you some issues, is the dependencies of openERP and what XAMPP is installing. There might be some conflicts with these, also depending on the OS you are installing your programs.
Why not install both of them, and give us a small report what happened and what you think of it.....
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