I never saw what I'd consider concensus, so I'd like to hash this out
There are at least three proposals for multi-line strings:
| ANSI-C style:
| "This is a multi-line string.\n" "It is spread over several lines.\n"
| "\"This is a quoted string.\"\n"
This is a second try; I think LISP lets you get away with this:
| "This is a multi-line string.
| There is a line break. \"I suppose this is a quoted string.\"
And Chris' modification of what's in the draft:
| This is a multi-line string.
| .. This line begins with a single dot.