This version is the first to use a wizard interface to allow you to customize the content of the CCK. It produces an XPI file that can be installed as an extension into a Deer Park release as well as installed when a Deer Park release is installed.
(I assume that version 0.1 was released earlier when I wasn't paying attention )
I'm glad to see that progress is being made on this project, and the prospect of making and distributing customized versions of Netscape or Mozilla browsers is viable again. Even so, it goes without question that this remains an early build, so don't expect it to be trouble-free. For example, a comment on the corresponding MozillaZine article reads:
Great idea...but the latest version doesn't work completely. I tried to use the wizard and got through the final step, but it couldn't create the XPI. I looked at the JS console, and it said that it couldn't copy the file because it wasn't found. I had to write my own install.rdf and package it myself, and that makes the extension fully functional. Seems like there's probably a typo in the code indicating which files need to be created.
I haven't tried the CCK out myself.