Not sure if you've use Homesite but it will complete the tag, then give you a list of switches to be used with that tag. That's definately what got me hooked.
As far as I know they were the first to use that concept, but of course a lot of others have followed that path. The thing with Homesite vs. Dreamweaver is you don't have as much overhead... especially if you use it strictly for NON-graphic development.
So tell me what it is that makes you like this so much?
I ORIGINALLY started with Hotdog for coding... but soon got tired of the barking and other bull^% that went along with it. Then Homesite was recommended to me. I'm STILL using Homesite today! It's been a great product but figure someone has reinvented the wheel.
When it comes to an eclipse type editor; I prefer Aptana. (www.aptana.com) its basically the same thing as Eclipse but comes pre installed with many useful plugins and a better bug debug tool. You will still have to add CFEclipse to it... but it allows you to connect to FTP, sFTP and more right out of the box...
Overall; I am still usig Dreamweaver 8 for development; it as a lot of features that make it better IMO then eclipse... but its like everything else... its what you get used to using. I used to use (Still do from time to time) ColdFusion Studio (which then became Homesite) but I tend to find myself using Dreamweaver more and more specially since I can do local and remote development easier.
But Aptana is really good; check it out!
Pablo Varando Senior Application Architect EasyCFM.COM, LLC.
You know... I own Dreamweaver and even though I layed out the bucks... I just could never seem to get my arms around it. I mean... can ALL the Dreamweavers be wrong? NADDA! Guess I might just have to open my eyes just a bit wider.