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Maybe the development team knows better.
Please see the official website: Geany is a text editor using the GTK2 toolkit with basic features of an integrated development environment.
Anyway it's good for a small IDE .
But he can not beat, for example, with Eclipse. It will lose the votes in both cases.
Steep learning curve compared to some others but also huge return on time invested. Yeah, I routinely use vi as sysadmin, as it is ubiquitous across pretty much all *nix servers, but this tends to be for quick edits. For anything more involved, emacs pays huge dividends. Also, org-mode totally rocks!