A generic block used to process information in RuriLib.
A block that can bypass Cloudflare protections.
A block that can solve captcha challenges.
A block that can execute a specific function on one or multiple inputs.
A block that solves an image captcha challenge.
A block that changes the bot status according to some conditions.
A block that contains LoliScript code for readonly visualization purposes.
A block that parses data from a string.
A block that solves a reCaptcha challenge.
A block that can perform HTTP requests.
A block that can connect to a host over TCP and supports SSL.
A block that performs actions on variables, converts values and operates on files.
Class that holds all the variables needed for checking a single data line.
Static Class used to check if a condition is true or false.
Represents a configuration in RuriLib.
Contains all the settings of a Config.
Static Class used to access serialization and deserialization of objects.
A single entry in the log of the application.
Represents a Multipart Content
A block that can interact with a selenium-driven browser.
A block that can perform an action on an element inside an HTML page.
A block that navigates to a given URL in a selenium-driven browser.
Allows to make a switch statement on the Type of the object, and executes a different Action depending on its outcome.
The available Captcha-solving services.
The function name.
The available hashing functions.
The status of the Bot. While the status is NONE or SUCCESS the Bot keeps checking the script until the end, otherwise it stops.
The actions that can be performed on a browser.
The condition on which to base the outcome of a comparison.
The available conversion formats.
The actions that can be performed on an element.
The available ways to address an element.
Actions that can be performed on files.
Actions executed on list variables.
How critical a log entry is.
The available types of multipart contents.
The allowed parsing algorithms.
The types of request that can be performed.
The type of data expected inside the HTTP response.
Available commands for the TCP client.
The available utility groups.
Actions executed on single variables.