Hello GitHub Support Community,
I’m a new GitHub user, and our technical documentation requires two separate release cycles, i.e., for two different products.
According to Stack Overflow, I found the following information:
Or to keep the tags in the same format, you may have two master branches (one per product), which you merge into respectively when a feature is completed for the respective product.
What I need to know is if a) the above is true (that you can have two master branches), and b) how to actually implement that? In other words, (it seems) that you can only set one branch as the default at a time. Is setting a branch to default the same as setting that branch as the Master?
Please advise. At the end of the day, my goal is to have two different and completely independent products each with their own release cycle.