Markdown lists restart their numbering after code blocks

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danjdel

08 Jun, 2009 06:24 PM

I'm updating some of my docs today. When I saved, all the numbering got messed up.

It used to be that:

1. Stuff
    some code
2. More stuff
    more code
3. Even more stuff

would be numbered correctly.

Now, it does this:

  1. Stuff some code
  2. More stuff more code
  3. Even more stuff

I literally went into a doc that had this kind of code in it (http://help.cloudvox.com/faqs/getting-started/setup-for-perl), changed nothing, saved it, and saw all the numbering get screwed up.

So clearly you guys have messed with the markdown in the last month or so and broken this.

One thing I have noticed is that using

<pre><code>

works.

So this

1. Stuff
<pre><code>some code</pre></code>
2. More stuff
<pre><code>more code</pre></code>
3. Even more stuff
</code>

Works:

  1. Stuff
    some code
    
  2. More stuff
    more code
    
  3. Even more stuff

Also, when doing that, you'll notice that the border of the code area doesn't extend all the way to the left margin. I'm guessing that's more a symptom of it being nested within the list than a cause.

Now, that works and all, but it's not really sufficient. One, because it's way uglier and requires a lot more typing, but more importantly because we have all of these docs already using the syntax that used to work, and if I ever make any change to any of those docs, it'll require me to change every instance of code in a list to use <pre><code>.

  1. 1 Posted by rick on 11 Jun, 2009 10:22 AM

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    Ah that was done because I didn't want to run the autolinker on the code parts. I'm working on tweaking the formatter now.

  2. 2 Posted by rick on 11 Jun, 2009 11:17 AM

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    Okay, now your comment makes no sense because it works! There's some strange linebreak issue now, hold on.

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