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This lab is available to students as long as there is not class or lab scheduled, see the weekly schedule to confirm. The lab is staffed in the evenings Sunday through Thursday, 7 - 9 pm. It is also possible to work over the network: see the Guide to Accessing Your Projects from Outside the H110 Lab.
Once in the lab, you'll need to start Eclipse and configure it to work for your course. See the Setting up Eclipse for the CS Teaching Lab (for Python projects) and Using Eclipse to Obtain (and Submit) Lab Work pages. We also have instructions for not using Eclipse in the lab, which were written when we had trouble with Eclipse.
Note that all of the above software is freely available (just follow the links), so you can install and use these programs on your own computer, but see the warning at the end of Option 2 of the Guide to Accessing Your Projects from Outside the H110 Lab. Note that PyDev can only be installed for Eclipse 3.3 if you take off the checked "Pydev optional extensions" so that those will not be installed.
If you want to work on your labs on another computer, you'll also have to get any Haverford-specific files, such as the logic.py file for stating preconditions and postconditions, or equivalent libraries for running C++ programs (request via email or copy the file Haverford-course-support.tgz from /home/courses/).