PHP Tree Script Not Working

I downloaded a script from DHTML Goodies and made no modifications

But it gives me an error that I can't solve!
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in dhtmlgoodies_tree.class.php on line 257
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Could I possibly see your code in which your make use of the downloaded software?
I just tried it on PHP 5.2.6, with sample files that are included in the original download - it works fine.

The only thing I did is renamed example file "dhtmlgoodies-tree.html" to "dhtmlgoodies-tree.php" (only because my php is configured to parse only *.php files) and opened it up through localhost...
Also, line 257 in "dhtmlgoodies_tree.class.php" is actually the end of the file, with only "?>" closing tag on that line (from the original download). So you must have done some modifications which broke it...
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hankknightAuthor Commented:
I just did a fresh download and it still gives me an error!  This is the code that I am using:

If the code works on your server could you please upload a working version?
I don't really understand what you want me to upload, because the stuff from your last link just works, no errors of any kind... All I did is unpacked it to the local server...

Try setting up a new/clean web server, for example: WAMP (

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hankknightAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help!

The problem was that the script uses short tags in a few places:
<? ?>

My server requires full tags:
<?php ?>
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