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These notes pertain to building openssl without building the entire Android ecosystem. Since we don't do this anymore these notes are for hysterical raisins only. ---- # Get the source. git clone git://android.git.kernel.org/platform/external/openssl.git # Go into the directory. cd openssl # Trick the NDK into thinking this is the project dir. This is the easiest and only way I could find to do it. touch AndroidManifest.xml # Give the NDK build system the Application.mk it needs. I couldn't find a way to specify this manually, and it seems the jni bit is hardcoded. mkdir jni echo "APP_PROJECT_PATH := $(pwd)" >> jni/Application.mk echo "APP_BUILD_SCRIPT := $(APP_PROJECT_PATH)/Android.mk" >> jni/Application.mk # Edit all the Android.mk's. nano crypto/Android.mk nano apps/Android.mk nano ssl/Android.mk # In all of them you need to replace "external/openssl" with "$(NDK_PROJECT_PATH)". Also in crypto/Android.mk you need to comment out the assembly stuff so that it always uses aes/aes_core.c # Obviously you won't have any assembly optimisations then, but I couldn't get them to work. :-/ # Finally run: path/to/android-ndk-r4b/ndk-build -j2 # libcrypto.so and libssl.so are in cd libs/armeabi