The standard doesn't specify what the new-line character is.
According to Unicode, the following codepoint sequences should be considered lines terminators

 LF:    Line Feed, U+000A
 VT:    Vertical Tab, U+000B
 FF:    Form Feed, U+000C
 CR:    Carriage Return, U+000D
 CR+LF: CR (U+000D) followed by LF (U+000A)
 NEL:   Next Line, U+0085
 LS:    Line Separator, U+2028
 PS:    Paragraph Separator, U+2029

Similarly, the standard defines "white spaces" loosely as "blanks, horizontal and vertical tabs", however there are more white space characters in unicode

What I would like to do:

* Define new-line and white-spaces as grammar term, with an explicit list of codepoint sequences.   
* In phase 2, replace all characters which represent a line termination with Line Feed (which is reverted later for raw string literals). this would notably fix
* It would also help to mandate that trailing whitespaces are removed in phase 2

Does that make sense to anyone ?