Split packages are good if the game engine changes but the data files do not, or the other way around.  That way users do not have to download "both" packages to update when only one has changed.  When a game does split itself into two packages upstream, it probably updates these separately and is worth two packages.  It seems that is the case with volleyball because of the different minor version number of the two source tarballs.

Well, i will do the split, anyway if someone are not agree, we can go back again :)

Angel Velasquez
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