Hi, I'm studying git for own project and I wonder why git shows some 
messages using stderr. For example, if you checkout from a to master git 
shows '(1) switched to branch master, (2) Your branch is up-to-date with 
"origin/master".' I have found (1) is through stderr and (2) is stdout. 
Another example is "git checkout <tag>", which git warns about 'detached 
HEAD'. It shows the message using stderr, but I think this is not an error. 
These are not critical or even not bugs, but I'm just curious why these 
logs are using stderr even they are not errors.


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