Workflow Analyzer Rules - Code Placement

Hi there,

I am looking to dive into creating custom rules used in Workflow Analyzer. I studied documentation with a tuturial included.
Instead, I would like to review the already implemented rules, decomplie them back and see the code. But here is my problem. I can not find them inside files stored under paths marked at documentation:

  • .msi : C:\Program Files (x86)\UiPath\Studio\Rules
  • .exe : %localappdata%\UiPath\app-%version%\Rules` .

In my situation it is: C:\Users%UserName%\AppData\Local\UiPath\app-20.10.2\Rules

I can not find .dll files with corresponding naming (names in Workflow Analyzer).
In fact, I found a RuleConfig.json (path: C:\Users%UserName%\AppData\Local\UiPath\Rules)
But it is only filled with a configuration but I am looking for a code itself.

Could you please help me and direct me where and if it is possible at all for me to find the code of already implemented rules?

Thanks in advance,

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