With the latest master version of git-sd, it's very simple. You just start by cloning the RT, and you're DONE.
> cd ~/git/Test-Continuous > git sd clone --from 'rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous|'
By default, git-sd setup the SD repository inside .git directory and point the config "sd.local-replica" to there. If you'd like change that to, say, just ".sd", you can do this (before the clone command):
> git config --add sd.local-replica `pwd`/.sd
The clone argument
rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous| is not a URL, but just how you represent an RT replica. Running this, you'll be prompted for username and password. Twice, for some reason. Then these progressing messages:
rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous|: Discovering ticket history rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous|: Fetching ticket 36596 - 1 of 3 .... (deleted) rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous|: Applying changeset 12 of 13 rt:https://rt.cpan.org/|Test-Continuous|: Applying changeset 13 of 13
That's all. From this point, you'll be able to use "git-sd" command (or "git sd") to track your tasks. Like, 'git sd ticket list', 'git sd log' etc. I aliased 'gsd' to 'git sd' for short. It merely just finds SD_REPOS from git config, but it's very handy.