All of the Java Lua wrappers aren't <>
maintained <> but it seems that you
can cross compile LuaJIT for the Android NDK which may be sufficient. Some
of Prosody's Lua dependencies require C libraries as well, which may
complicate the NDK build process.

Beyond that initial hurdle, it looks like overall the structure of Prosody
would be compatible with running in the Android app sandbox given the
proper configuration.

Anything I'm missing here?

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