Compiled package dating discrepancy

When I compile my Fedora kernel and install the .rpms, the dates of the installed kernel modules, for example, are the same date as the kernel source files, not the date when I compiled or installed the kernel modules. That doesn’t seem normal and not easy to keep track of things. Is this some fedpkg setting screwing up?

Thanks. Can this be turned off during compilation?

This is not only challenging as it requires additional scripting around the make and spec files, but also detrimental as the integrity of the RPM database includes modification times.

Meanwhile you can check the date and time like this and create a shell function if necessary:

rpm -q -i -f /path/to/file | grep -e Date