Issue #894 resolved

Error in syntax highlighting for ABAP

Jason Scott avatarJason Scott created an issue

I’ve noticed that any ABAP code that contains the back-tick (`) character breaks the syntax highlighting. See this gist as an example – if you scroll towards the bottom you will see that after the first back-tick all the code turns red:

https://gist.github.com/js1972/8d3c195e622d71443cbf

The back-tick character is a standard part of the abap language and denotes a string literal just as a single-quote denotes a character literal.

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