A search indicates that this question was asked (in the Fortran for Windows Forum) before, but that was three years ago, and I can't find any update.
I'm using Intel Fortran version16.1 and I'd like to initialize allocatable arrays to NaN to aid in debugging. I am familiar with the -ftrapuv and -init=snan,array options but it is my understanding they do not work for allocatable arrays. The answer in the three year old question I found was "it is something we are working on for the future". It is now the "future", and since that topic is closed, I've opened a new question to ask again. Has that capability been added? Or is it still part of future plans?
Thank you very much for that information. I'm very happy to hear that. Do you happen to know which version of the compiler added that capability? I'd like to make a note for my colleagues about version requirements as we have multiple systems with varying, and sometimes fairly old, versions installed.