In addition to binary executables for the major platforms supported by Enif (Microsoft Windows, Linux and someday hopefully Sun), the source code of SEnC will also be available. This will allow users who want to (or have to ;-) implement their own Enif clients to look at the inside details of how SEnC has been programmed. SEnC has been written using the same programming environment which is also used for the Enif program: it is written in C++  and is using TrollTech's Qt library .
The development of the SEnC client has only just started, so the functionality described in this paper is by no means meant as the final version. Assuming that the program will be found useful by the Enif community, the development of SEnC will continue and new features will be added to enhance its possibilities.
Note that SEnC is not part of INRO's official EMME/2 / Enif software product, but is a voluntary contribution of the author. This means that its availability does not imply any obligation on the part of INRO or the EMME/2 Support Center, nor does SEnC come with any other implicit or explicit warranty.