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Added some links to more docs in getting started

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namelessjon committed Apr 26, 2010
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{% endhighlight %}
The above example is simplified, but you can also specify more options such as
-constraints for your properties.
+constraints for your properties. DataMapper supports a lot of different
+[property](/docs/properties) types natively, and more through
+[dm-types](/docs/dm_more/types).
Associations
------------
@@ -109,7 +111,8 @@ open the classes.
### One To Many
-Posts can have comments, so we’ll need to setup a simple one-to-many association
+Posts can have comments, so we’ll need to setup a simple
+[one-to-many](/docs/associations#has_n_and_belongs_to_or_onetomany) association
between then:
{% highlight ruby %}
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### Has and belongs to many
Has and belongs to many Categories can have many Posts and Posts can have many
-Categories, so we’ll need a many to many relationships commonly referred to “has
-and belongs to many”. We’ll setup a quick model to wrap our join table between
-the two so that we can record a little bit of meta-data about when the post was
-categorized into a category.
+Categories, so we’ll need a
+[many to many](/docs/associations#has_n_through_or_onetomanythrough) relationships
+commonly referred to “has and belongs to many”. We’ll setup a quick model to
+wrap our join table between the two so that we can record a little bit of
+meta-data about when the post was categorized into a category.
{% highlight ruby %}

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