When use sfk replace function to modify file, the modification time for the file will be changed also. Is there way to keep file modification time when use sfk replace?
There is no such option. You may to try to create a workaround batch file using "sfk list -flattime ..." and the inofficial command "sfk touch". The latter, however, may change it's syntax in the future.
Thanks a lot for your suggestion.
By the way, if can add an option to keep original modification time(mtime) property when use replace function, that will be convenient. :)