Archlinux Base Changes - what got removed

Originally in the base that got removed:

cryptsetup: Userspace setup tool for transparent encryption of block devices using dm-crypt

device-mapper: Device mapper userspace library and tools

dhcpcd: RFC2131 compliant DHCP client daemon

diffutils: Utility programs used for creating patch files

e2fsprogs: Ext2/3/4 filesystem utilities

inetutils: A collection of common network programs

jfsutils: JFS filesystem utilities

less: A terminal based program for viewing text files

linux: The Linux kernel and modules

linux-firmware: Firmware files for Linux

logrotate: Rotates system logs automatically

lvm2: Logical Volume Manager 2 utilities

man-db: A utility for reading man pages

man-pages: Linux man pages

mdadm: A tool for managing/monitoring Linux md device arrays, also known as Software RAID

nano: Pico editor clone with enhancements

netctl: Profile based systemd network management

perl: A highly capable, feature-rich programming language

reiserfsprogs: Reiserfs utilities

s-nail: Environment for sending and receiving mail

sysfsutils: System Utilities Based on Sysfs

texinfo: GNU documentation system for on-line information and printed output

usbutils: USB Device Utilities

vi: The original ex/vi text editor

which: A utility to show the full path of commands

xfsprogs: XFS filesystem utilities

Posting this as a quick reference.