Thanks for the reply. As a general rule I understand that for conf files.
But this particular file, pacman.conf, is a bit trickier for an average user like me.
I’d like to take the new (or even required sometimes) features from conf files, and usually I manage to do so quite easily. But since some conf files are not that much documented, I don’t always know which features to take, which not. So basically it seems to be a documentation problem for me.
And this file in particular, I don’t really understand why the [antergos] section is missing from the .pacnew file. Wondering the same about the [multilib] section, but I guess that’s just for 32 bit libs, so it is not always required.
The only reason I can think of for not having [antergos] section is that people that want to use only Arch but install Antergos because it is easier will want this. But even that doesn’t sound right in my mind, since (I believe, maybe a poll is needed? :) ) most of us want to use Antergos instead of Arch.
But I may be wrong here, and I’m not asking for any change for this. Now I understand better why this way has been selected, thanks for that! :)