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Geany! I could program anything from simple scripts to giant applications. (Not that I will ever achieve that level of skill) Plus, it compiles any language you throw at it. Heck, it even "compiles" interpreted languages like Python.
wtf Where is Kate???
(it have very useful auto-search and suggest word feature on large projects almost replace fnc lookup regardless of language)
Geany fast and light
netbeans as more or less full cycle
monodevelope as best "canbe good"
eclipse - #1 enterprise.
but zend.. candy except a ton of java bugs.
doh if i where in charge i kicked all IDE that not have decent language manual with functions lookup builtin...
Last edited by sunnydrake; 01-18-2011 at 07:46 AM.