In Dexter C. Kozen - Theory of Computation (2006, Springer) page 319 exercise 127 he says :
"A set of total recursive functions is recursively enumerable (r.e.) if there exists an r.e. set of indices representing all and only functions in the set. For example, the complexity class P is r.e., because we can represent it by an r.e. list of TMs with polynomial-time clocks."
How exactly do you do what he is talking about for any r.e. collection of functions/languages (or complexity class like P)--enumerate the machines that solve the languages in the collection? Normally, when speaking about an enumerator, you talk about enumerating the words of a language, not a collection of languages.