JED is a minimalistic text editor for the shell that emulates Emacs in most of its useful functionality, is not as powerful as Emacs itself but it has just enough for me.
- Syntax highlighting
- Key bindings
- Buffers for edition
- Contextual shell menus
- Very lightweight
- And some other features
It might not be an IDE, but it's my favorite tool for editing text via SSH, or when I'm doing something small and I just want to do it as fast as I can.
Give it a try, hopefully you will find it useful.
- Home page http://www.jedsoft.org/jed/
- Quick guide http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~jeliza/work/jed-intro.html
- Reference guide http://espec.ppgia.pucpr.br/doc/editores/jed/quickref.html