Undefined user object in pluggable.php throws php notices when debugging is turned on...
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wp-includes\pluggable.php lines 1337 & 786 attempt to access attributes on the $user object. When the $user object does not exist - as in xmlrpc requests - this throws a notice. When wordpress debug flag is on this appends warnings to output expected to be parseable by the consumer.
This may be a problem more properly fixed in the returned object of wp_get_current_user - some form of a generic stubbed user.