Hardy information, documentation, distributions, the SDK and examples are available here.

Using the wxWindows cross-platform GUI building toolkit. A project originated by Julian Smart at AIAI, and latyer developed into wxWidgets.

WxCLIPS was started in 1992 by Julian Smart at the Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, part of the University of Edinburgh. wxCLIPS is a spin-off from two projects, wxWidgets and Hardy. wxWidgets provides the underlying portable GUI layer, and the meta-CASE tool Hardy required an embedded language capable of being used to program GUIs: hence wxCLIPS.

Julian is now a freelance consultant, but continues to maintain wxCLIPS as a background task.