I'm always using atlas-run-standalone to start local Confluence systems to test confluence features, even with older Confluence versions (like 3.5.x or 4.3.7). Since yesterday it it always starts the lastest 5.1.3 Confluence version regardless of what I actually started e.g. with "atlas-run-standalone --product confluence -v 4.3.7".
Does anyone know what I might do wrong and how I can get a local older version of CF?
Possible problem might be that you've previously run anbother version of confluence in the same folder. According to the docs you have to always clean the folder before switching to another version of a product run with "atlas-run-standalone" command.
Please provide the output of the atlas-run-standalone command (or at least the first 30 lines) so more details are available like:
I've tried to run the version you mentioned on my machine with the latest SDK and it runs fine.
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