VIM, on the Mac?

Emilio Cavazos: "Thanks to plugins, I was able to extend MacVim with most of the features that make TextMate such an amazing editor. I was also pleased that it looked like a mac app and not some hideous Linux port." - Your mileage may vary. At least the Linux crazies enthusiasts will have a familiar experience if they switch to the Mac. Having said that, this could be a great tool for the folks. Personally I'd probably choose BareBones BBEdit, but FREE is often good enough for most people.

For my HTML and CSS needs, which are pretty minor, I've been using Espresso and love it. There's also the very popular Coda from the fine folks at Panic.

For day-to-day development on the Mac it's hard to beat XCode.

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