I recently made the switch from Zend Studio to Komodo as my IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Now the reason for the switch wasn't because Active state, makers of Komodo, have a community site built on Drupal. But, it is nice to see that their developers and I have something in common.
While browsing the community site I stumbled upon a this forum thread discussing Drupal as the engine behind the community site. After I joined that conversation JeffG pointed out that Komodo 4.3 Beta actually has a couple of "snippets" in the default Komodo "toolbox" that are Drupal specific.
From the Komodo Help file:
Snippets are frequently used strings that can be quickly inserted into the current document. For example, repetitive sections of code or standard comments can be stored within a snippet. Snippets have advanced properties; they support the use of Tab Stops and Interpolation Shortcuts, can be assigned to Key Bindings, and allow for the specification of indentation context and cursor position.