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Code block is not properly formatted when placed immediately after a list item

I wanted to have this code in my post, and I indented things by four spaces. As you can see, it works fine here.

# Spine.app had these as dependencies by default
require('json2ify')
require('es5-shimify')
require('jqueryify')

require('spine')
require('spine/lib/local')
require('spine/lib/ajax')
require('spine/lib/manager')
require('spine/lib/route')

# d3 was installed via dependencies.json
require 'd3/d3.v2'

but in my actual post (I answered a question), it looks like crap and was not rendered properly: spine.js hem server, hem build FAQ for Windows

What is going on?

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marked as duplicate by kiamlaluno, Toon Krijthe, jonsca, Martijn Pieters, animuson Sep 26 '12 at 12:29

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Because you wrote it inside bullets. – hims056 Sep 26 '12 at 6:25
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Actually, @MrLister, since the goal is to help future visitors just as much as the op, and since there are N possible future visitors and only one op, it's perfectly fine, and encouraged, to answer older questions. – jmort253 Sep 26 '12 at 6:45
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You just need to use additional 4 more space (total 8 space) to write code inside bullets like this one.

Code with 4 space outside bullet.
Code with 4 space outside bullet.
  1. Example of bullet.
  2. Example of bullet.

    Code inside bullet with 8 space.
    Code inside bullet with 8 space.
    
  3. Example of bullet.

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It would still be nice if the Ctrl-K/code block shortcut did this. Otherwise it's just a pain in the butt to add each of those 4 extra spaces manually. – Andrew Mao Sep 26 '12 at 17:27

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