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Static class members in static libaries

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I've looked about, but I've not managed to find anything. In C++, what are the rules that determine whether a static class member will be instantiated or not, when it's in a static library? What I'm trying to do, is have give a class a static member, that automatically registers the class with an abstract factory in its constructor. The class is in one library, the code that uses the factory is in another, the main program links with both libraries. This technique worked fine in an old project, where everything was in the one project, but when I run the program, the static member never gets constructed. Anyone got any ideas? I'm using MS Visual Studio 2002, if it's relevant.

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