On the PHPFreak.dk blog there's a new review of one of the latest releases of the NetBeans IDE, a tool becoming more and more popular in PHP circles because of its support for the language and various frameworks written with it.
I already gave a brief review of NetBeans, but a new version 6.9 Beta came out after I tested it, so I decided to take it for a spin. Over the last two weeks I've been using NetBeans as my main IDE at work, continue reading to see the verdict. NetBeans 6.9 looks very promising. In it's current state I'm almost sure my quest is over already '" at least I will choose it over Eclipse PDT for now.
He talks about features including version control integration, full HTML/CSS support and XDebug integration. He also mentions the autocompletion the IDE does as you're working in your code and the features it has to make your life easier.