I noticed that on StackOverflow, a question which used the @ sign to denote a string literal ie
string TheClosingQuoteSOULDBeEscaped = @"c:\"; string ButTheSyntaxHighlightingMissesIt = "another string";
Doesn't properly handle the string literal and instead thinks the slash at the end of line one is meant to escape the last quote, leading to a mega quote that spans the whole code block. I saw this in the question listed below:
The system works!!! The ticket I opened with Google was just resolved! The project owner, mikesamuel, fixed it in under four days. Its in revision 83. As long as the SO team updates with the next release, this problem is solved.