Print time and year of file in Solaris (or other Unix ls command that does not have a simple "--full-list")

perl -e '@F = `ls -1`;while (<@F>){@T = stat($_);print "$_ = " . localtime($T[8]) . "\n";}'
Solaris 'ls' command does not have a nice '--full-time' arg to make the time show after a year has passed. So I spit this out quick. It hates spaces in file names.
Sample Output = Mon Jul  6 09:22:35 2009 = Sun Aug 17 13:46:34 2008 = Sun Aug 17 13:49:59 2008
utk_cod-savesets = Wed Mar 14 11:20:46 2007
utkdc8 = Fri Nov  3 17:18:21 2006
Vics-data = Thu Jan 21 14:30:29 2010

By: hckhckhck
2010-05-20 15:02:51

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