ENG is an event/object based SDL engine for cross-platform development. The various input devices of handheld computers such as keyboards, joysticks, and mice/styluses are integrated to present the user with a virtual pointer. Common application subsystems such as managing a project configuration file, reading command line options, loading images, writing text, graphical effects, and timing are managed by the engine.
PaulA intends to be a (lib)CIM-based administration system for Linux written in Perl. It provides a (very basic) CIM Object Manager (CIMOM), a sample CIM Client for testing purposes, and a repository to store "static" CIM entities. The CIMOM has the ability to communicate with Providers, which supply "dynamic" CIM entities. PaulA doesn't depend on a special distribution, because the Providers have the "knowledge" about the underlying Linux, and they can be exchanged.