On Thu, Aug 04, 2016 at 01:42:12PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:

> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> > I think it would be nicer to still to print:
> >
> >  warning: first line
> >  warning: second line
> >
> > etc. We do that for "advice:", but not the rest of the vreportf
> > functions. It might be nice to do that, but we'd have to go back to
> > printing into a buffer (since we can't break up the incoming format
> > string that we feed to fprintf).
> Yes, yes.

Actually, I guess in this case we could easily do:

   warning("something else");

etc (the lines are fairly stand-alone, so I don't think it runs afoul of
the usual translator-lego problem; not to mention that these aren't
actually translated). I don't really care that much between that and the
indented output, but if there's a preference, I'm happy to re-roll with

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