Hi !

within the following environment:

```
$ uname -srvm ; nvfortran --version
Linux 6.1.0-18-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT_DYNAMIC Debian 6.1.76-1 (2024-02-01) x86_64
nvfortran 24.3-0 64-bit target on x86-64 Linux -tp tigerlake
```

I get the error in the title when compiling the following definition

```
program event
use, intrinsic :: iso_fortran_env, only: pr => real64
integer, parameter :: NP = 3 !< Number of generated impulsions
real (pr), parameter :: one = 1, & ! zero = 0, two = 2, half = one / two,
TWOPI = 2 * acos (-one), & ! 2𝜋
PO2LOG = log (TWOPI / 4) ! ln (𝜋/2)
integer :: K !> Dummy loop variables
real (pr), dimension (2:NP), parameter :: Z = [ ( &
((k-1) * PO2LOG - log_gamma (real (k-1, pr)) - log (real (k-1, pr))), k = 2, NP) ]
print *, Z
end program event
```

Compilation fails as follows:

```
$ nvfortran factorial.f90 && ./a.out
NVFORTRAN-S-0155-Intrinsic not supported in initialization: log_gamma (factorial.f90: 8)
…
```

This kind of initialization is a modernization of legacy code that works with gfortran and ifx. I can bypass the problem with conditional compilation and a SAVEd array initialized at run time in a module, but log_gamma and gamma would be really nice intrinsics to have for initialization.

Best,

V