Bit flags used to control the behavior a GraphProperty.
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualStudio.GraphModel (in Microsoft.VisualStudio.GraphModel.dll)
The property is visible in the UI (such as in tool tips and the property grid).
The default set of metadata options. A property that has these options will be serializable, removable, browseable (appears in the UI), and sharable.
The property cannot be changed as soon as it is set.
The property can be removed after it is set. Otherwise it can only be changed, and not removed.
The property will be serialized to DGML when the graph is serialized.
The property will be transferred together with the GraphObject when the GraphObject is being copied to another graph.
Any local file paths in the property will be replaced with aliased file paths during serialization.
The property might not be serializble, but it has to be saved on the undo stack and made undoable.
Serializable is automatically also undoable, but you might also want properties that are not serializable but are undoable.