Source code file written in Erlang, a programming language used for building scalable real-time systems for banking, e-commerce, instant messaging, and computer telephony; can be compiled and run from the Erlang shell.
The Erlang language is useful for writing distributed, fault-tolerant, and concurrent applications. It was originally developed by Ericsson for use in its company data communication systems.
File generated by GameGuard, a Windows program that optimizes system performance for gaming; generated each time GameGuard runs and may include performance metrics, error reports, and detected virus information; should be sent to GameGuard support when issues with the software arise.
NOTE: GameGuard creates ERL files for games that it manages. It creates them within a folder named GameGuard within the game installation directory.