in JSPX if I skip xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" I loose code completion for HTML tags.
Logically this is right but this is common case when people use XHTML tags in JSPX but this is not valid XHTML. For example I use custom tags a lot and some of them generate some HTML tags, so output is valid XHTML. If I set xmlns in my JSPX many XHTML tags will be highlighted as an error.
So I have dilemma or have errors highlighted in my JSPX or loose completion. I was thinking if somehow you could leave code completion for tags like HTML even if I skip xmlns attribute. You have something like that for CSS in style attribute. No matter where I have the attribute style (even in my custom tags) I have code completion, which is very handy.
What do you think? Should I add this feature in JIRA?