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@vitor I have a theory…

 

Maybe Finder's ‘Created Time’ is just what it thinks should be the correct ‘Created Time’ when it reads multiple file attributes… And different programs write the ‘Created Time’ to different attributes. But cp -p only preserves one of the them when copying. May I ask what program created the file you were testing on? Mine was macOS' screenshot feature. 

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1 minute ago, spongeblink said:

Maybe Finder's ‘Created Time’ is just what it thinks should be the correct ‘Created Time’ when it reads multiple file attributes

 

As I linked before, that’s not something you should rely on.

 

1 minute ago, spongeblink said:

And different programs write the ‘Created Time’ to different attributes. But cp -p only preserves one of the them when copying.

 

Highly unlikely. Apps don’t typically write those values themselves, that’s what the file system and operating system are for, to abstract those nuances.

 

2 minutes ago, spongeblink said:

May I ask what program created the file you were testing on? Mine was macOS' screenshot feature. 

 

It was a screenshot too. Just ⌘⇧4.

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