no warning for srem by zero?

gcc generates a warning

C16-115-1.c:7: warning: division by zero

for the following code:

char *pc = (char *) 0xA0;

volatile signed char char1 = 0xFF;

int main(void)
{
  if ( char1 % 0) {
    *pc = 1;
  }
  else
    *pc = 0;
}

Why clang doesn't ?

- Sanjiv

No particularly good reason; feel free to file a bug.

-Eli