llvm/clang bytecode question

Hello.
I'm try to search in google. but nothing serious found.
Can i write program in C , translate it by llvm/clang into bytecode and
run on for example under 32/64 bit systems without recompilation ?
What i need for it? For example, i'm write program with support plugins
(plugin system) plugins are written in C. Small bootstrapper program run
bytecode in target platform and i do not need to provide binaries for
various linux/bsd/windows system...
Does it possible ?

I'm try to search in google. but nothing serious found.
Can i write program in C , translate it by llvm/clang into bytecode and
run on for example under 32/64 bit systems without recompilation ?
What i need for it? For example, i'm write program with support plugins
(plugin system) plugins are written in C. Small bootstrapper program run
bytecode in target platform and i do not need to provide binaries for
various linux/bsd/windows system...
Does it possible ?

No in general

http://llvm.org/docs/FAQ.html#platformindependent

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