int usd_istransformreset(<stage>stage, string primpath)
This function checks if the primitive transform is reset, i.e., whether it uses the world co-ordinate system as the initial space, or whether it inherits the space transformation from the parent (default).
When running in the context of a node (such as a wrangle LOP), this argument can be an integer representing the input number (starting at 0) to read the stage from. The integer is equivalent to the string form referencing a particular input, e.g., “opinput:0”.
You can also use this argument to refer to a USD file (e.g., “/path/to/file.usd”), or to another LOP node’s cooked stage using the
op: as the path prefix (e.g., “op:/stage/lop_node”).
The path to the primitive.
1 if the primitive transform is reset (i.e., the primitive uses the world space), or
0 if it inherits the space from the parent (the default behavior).
// Check if the cube's transform is reset. int is_xform_reset = usd_istransformreset(1, "/geo/cube");