All the modern Java IDEs support Apache Ant almost out of the box.
AntWork Plugin for the Jext Java Text Editor
JDEE (Java Development Environment for
Emacs) has built-in text Ant integration: selection of target through text field, execution,
hyperlink to compilation errors. Installation: built-in JDEE 2.2.8 or later. Configuration:
through customize menu "Jde Build Function"
IDEA has built-in GUI ANT
integration: GUI selection of targets, execution, hyperlink to compilation errors
NetBeans IDE uses Ant as the basis for its
project system starting with the 4.0 release
jEdit is an open source Java IDE with some great
plugins for Java dev, a good XML editor and the Antfarm plugin to execute targets in a build
Eclipse is IBM's counterpoint to NetBeans; an
open source IDE with Java and Ant support
Virtual Ant GUI allows you
to work on a Virtual File System without dealing with the XML; plugs into Eclipse, Netbeans