Non-finite values (hence

`NA`

s) are no longer allowed in the parameters.The

`rGEV`

function no longer returns a named vector.The probability functions

`p`

,`d`

,`q`

propagate the names of their first argument to the result and the`"gradient"`

and`"hessian"`

attributes. This may be useful when working with non-stationary Extreme-Value models.The simulation functions

`rGEV`

,`rGPD2`

and`rexp1`

have an`array`

argument to use the vectors of parameters in a fashion that is suitable for non-stationary models, then returning a matrix instead of a vector.

- The probability
`p`

,`d`

,`q`

functions did not work with`deriv = TRUE`

when their first argument contained`NA`

s. This is now possible, the corresponding rows of the`"gradient"`

attribute and the corresponding slices of`"hessian"`

attribute contain only NAs.