Is it possible to span arguments to preprocessor function over multiple lines, like that:
!unquoted function $f($x)
!assert 1==2 : $x
I really hoped the preprocessor has the notion of 'logical line', similarity to C/C++ preprocessor. Can it be achieved some other way? I don't need the newline to be a part of the argument. I just want to break it over multiple lines to improve readability of long/multiargument function invocation.