Eclipse, netbeans, I prefer eclipse more, but I don't really like large ides. 
Or if you want something light, vim

"Andy McKenzie" <> wrote:

>Hey folks,
>    Hopefully this is enough on-topic not to annoy anyone.  Up until
>now I've mostly written small one-off scripts -- a web page that needs
>a few things dynamically generated, a shell script to do a small job,
>things like that -- and vim has been more than adequate.  I'm
>currently working on something a lot more complex -- a web based
>front-end for a medium sized custom database -- and I'm finding that
>my code is getting more and more scattered because I don't have a good
>tool for looking at it.
>   So:  does anyone have a recommendation for an IDE that works in
>Windows, Mac, and Linux?  I spend roughly equal time in all three, and
>I haven't found a tool I like yet that works in all of them.
>Actually, I stopped looking three or four years ago, but at that point
>there didn't seem to be anything.  If anyone has any advice, I'd love
>to hear it!
>  Alex
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