Testing Sublime, the next text editor1 minute to read
For a quick view or editing a file I normally use TextWrangler. It's also nice to compare files when diff is messing things up and thinks we are changing functions instead adding them. So you can scroll and compare by having the lines at the same level and also do a bunch of stuff to help you out. Anyway, I was testing, again, Textmate to see if it was worthy of the €45.63 they ask for it... I mean, I need just for "quick fix" and not to develop on it. Before I even decide anything, I saw this Sublime Text and just for the demonstration they have online, I think it's amazing.
For now it's free and I can even use the command line to call for it by making a link on my local binaries:
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" /usr/local/bin/
It has a lot of nice features like code navigation with shortcuts, grids to have groups of files side by side, among other great features.
One of the features I would like to see in these editors is the "replace variable" (like refactor on Netbeans) because Sublime uses an incremental selection of the variable selected, and that might go out of the scope of the refactor that you are doing. I know that you can use the replace only in the selected piece of code (in almost any editor), but it's not the same thing.