Enzyme is an architecture for creating user-searching-user applications. Right now, it is primarily useful as a resume create/search and HR management system. However, it's potential uses are wide-ranging, and it offers PHP developers an alternative to relying on simple "keyword" searching systems.
The Env::Array Perl module permits the user to treat an environment variable like a regular Perl array. Array operations are implemented to use splitting and joining based on the specified delimiter. Great for environment variables like PATH. PLEASE NOTE: This module is OBSOLETE as of Perl 5.6.0. The author submitted a patch to Perl to implement this functionality in the core Perl Env.pm module and it was accepted for the 5.6.0 release.
Ensemble is a toolkit for building reliable distributed applications. It has been available for free public release for over 3 years now and has been used in a number of commercial and research systems. Ensemble provides a library of protocols that can be used for quickly building complex distributed applications. An application registers 10 or so event handlers with Ensemble, and then the Ensemble protocols handle the details of reliably sending and receiving messages, transferring state, implementing security, detecting failures, and managing reconfigurations in the system.
Enscriptconfig is a front-end to GNU enscript's configuration files. It provides a straightforward way of configuring nearly all of enscript's options without resorting to the commandline or a text editor. This is the standalone version of the enscript configuration plugin that is distributed with tkchooser.
GNU enscript is a free replacement for Adobe's enscript program. Enscript converts ASCII files to PostScript and spools the generated PostScript output to the specified printer or leaves it to file. Besides the standard ASCII to PostScript conversion, GNU enscript can do many other things.
The EnRus dictionary tools are TCL/Tk scripts for reading a textual (plain or compressed by gzip or bzip2) dictionary base and compiling new dictionary bases from plain text files. It consists of a few TCL console scripts and a Tk interface to them. It is configurable for different languages. The dictionary base may contain proper formatting and output procedures.
Enlightenment is a themeable, fast, flexible, and powerful window manager that is designed to be as configurable as possible in both look and feel. In addition, Enlightenment provides an applet API that provides functionality somewhere between the GNOME applet system and Dock Apps from Afterstep/WindowMaker. The current design aim is for Enlightenment to become a desktop shell.