For listing all pages, it's called a sitemap.
There's a place that'll generate one for your site here: http://www.xml-sitemaps.com/
For listing all anchor links, I believe you'll have to do that manually.
Not exactly what I was hoping for, but nice to know it's out there.
the good old DOS will help you!
Use your Windows (translated from German): start -> run -> cmd (= command).
Navigate (if necessary) to the desired directory (cd.. = change directory)
Write at the DOS prompt: dir>list.txt.
A file "list.txt" will be created in your directory.
Open and print it with notepad e.g.
Using the dir-parameters or changing the directories your documentation will be refined.
And may the DOS be with you.
DOS is my ally and a powerful ally it is. (Loosely based on Yoda's philosophy)
Hans-G., one of the DOS-dinosaurs!
Admittedly I have not tried this solution to check, but won't this provide a list of all files located under that directory and not a list of all web pages and the anchor tags contained within?
first of all you will get a list of the files you ask for:
dir *.php>list.txt shows all php,
dir *.html>list.txt all the html