I am just curious about what IDE people like to use, or if they even use them. (I know of some people who do text files and command line only)
Hey, that sounds like me a good deal of the time. I worked on a project that was ~100k lines of code entirely using nano (yes, really, shut up, that's the editor I usually use; I had traumatic experiences with both vi and emacs as a kid, so it was easier to use pico and learn how to use other tools to make up for its shortcomings, some of which nano has now addressed), grep, sed, etc. At no point did I ever do anything that wasn't straight from a bash prompt in some sort of terminal window (or occasionally non-window, when I didn't have a GUI running).
I'm surprised to see so many positive comments about Eclipse, because I'm used to seeing a lot of bitching about it elsewhere. I've been sort of starting to learn my way around it lately for stuff I need a real IDE for/out of curiosity, though, and it seems pretty ok-ish to me so far. I've never used any one thing for long enough to become hugely attached to it. They all annoy me in some way or another, but as long as they do what they're supposed to do in the end, I tolerate them.