tree by modify time with newest file at bottom

tree -L 1 -ChDit | tac
Go look at sample output first This is kind of like the ls command but displays by modify time with size, date and color. The newest files at the bottom of the screen (reverse using tac)
Sample Output
[ 51K Nov  1  2011]  tumblr_l5nwigUrGH1qzdmku.jpg
[ 56K Apr  3 12:00]  incoming_wallpapers
[4.0K Apr  5 21:01]  Wallpaper_Keep
[493K Apr 10 21:44]  ChooseADistroChart.png
[4.0K Jul 23 11:15]  Screenshots
[ 52K Jul 28  0:01]  Wallpapers

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By: Bonster
2012-07-28 13:47:41

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