gedit and NotePad++ is best and i have used gedit for 2 years and notepad++ 6 months.
SublimText BEAT ALL THIS UGLY BEASTS
I use Notepad++. It is awesome
I still miss some features on Coda, but for me it's the best to fill my needs, followed by Notepad++.
Notepad++ is my choice of tools, especially with the plugins you can get/make it's invaluable for a webprogrammer
I voted for “other”, specifically “MS Expression Web 2”. I’ve been using EW for a couple of years now, and the code view is fantastic and as good as many others that are available. On occasion I’ve even used the design view, generally when I’ve had a particularly nasty table to code!
The features I love the most are the auto-complete, which also allows for snippets; and the site manager, which makes it easier to see how files are related. It also supports PHP for those who don’t use MS technologies on their sites.