I was using UnpackContent processor to unpack tar files decompressed from *.gz files. These files contain compressed tex files. It becomes critical for me to preserve the folder structure related information to later use them to parse the tex files properly as the tex files call each other with the folder prefixes.
The unpack Content processor doesn't give me any details about it in the attributes or content.
Lets take an example of data.tex that is packed in a subfolder "child" in a parent file 8808.gz. This file is kept in s3 on a prefix S3://PRE/DIST/. When I unpack I get: