Like the topic says, if you have sublime 3 and use sshfs (remote mounted filesystem via ssh) it does not update the timestamp of the file.
I tested normal windows shares and they do update on ctrl-s, but when using sshfs and i perss ctrl-s it does save the file correctly but the timestamp is not updated. Since i use a framework which rebuilds based on new files it doesn't work at all and i have to touch the files in order for it to work.
I did test sublime 2 and it does not have this issue.
So my question is, is this know? Is there a work around? Or did i simply forget a setting somewhere because i could not find a good solution looking for it on google.