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.ERB File Extension

File Type 1Ruby ERB Script

3.8 (5 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

What is an ERB file?

Script written in ERB, a templating language for Ruby; may include any type of plain text or source code, but also includes Ruby ERB code that generates additional text into the resulting file when run with the ERB template engine.

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ERB is often used for templating Web files such as .RB, .RHTML, .HTML, and .JS files.

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Programs that open ERB files

Updated 6/6/2012

File Type 2Evil Genius Resource File

2.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

.ERB File Association 2

Contains resources used by the Evil Genius video game; store in a compressed ResourcePAK format; contains entities such as characters, regions, scenery building blocks, and other objects; may be edited to modify the game.

Programs that open ERB files

Sierra Evil Genius
Evil Planet ERB Reader (for editing)
ERB-File Extractor (for editing)
Updated 5/14/2007

File Type 3Braille Music Reader File

1.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files

.ERB File Association 3

File saved in the proprietary ERB format by Braille Music Reader, a music creation tool for visually impaired users; contains a musical score in braille that can be read and edited by blind persons; includes settings and adjustments, such as tempo or metronome, that are customized during the sessions.

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You cannot create a braille score using Braille Music Reader, you need a .BMML file to work from. Once you open a BMML file you can then create an ERB file, select File → Save or Save As..., name your file, and click Save.

To open an ERB file in Braille Music Reader, select File → Open, navigate to your file, and click Open.

Programs that open ERB files

Updated 3/25/2014

About ERB Files

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