Little Problem: in preferences->web->html->Encoding, I can't enter an arbitrary IANA name/encoding nor I find what I need (Windows-1252 or equivalent cp1252). I can do that for workspace file encoding or project encoding, but not on html encoding.
So happens that when I create a new html file, automatically I got a meta http-equiv that I must change manually from utf-8 or iso-8859-1 to windows-1252 or cp1252
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=cp1252" />
This happens on Linux but also on Windows platform.
A simple solution is to change the template, but I want anyway hilight this point because:
the draft HTML 5 specification requires that documents advertised as ISO-8859-1 actually be parsed with the Windows-1252 encoding.
So, shouldn't be possibile to set html encoding to cp1252 or Windows-1252?