I don't have a list. Occasionally, the "Weg-Sleep" or similar magazines have "packing lists", but I've never used them.
Our stuff is all pre-packed in the wolfpacks - even non-perishable goods. We literally have everything packed apart from clothes and perishables. Anything used/partially used during the camp (for example, coffee) is replaced in it's box upon return. We camp often enough that this is not an issue, which is one of the reasons I tolerate living where I live and the relatively long commute to Pretoria each day - it's a fifteen minute drive from home and we're in the bush.
In other words, we load the wolf packs. Dump the perishables in the fridge. Load and go.
Whilst that has always been how we camp (tent-wise), we're currently in limbo regarding this process, as we're negotiating the purchase of a caravan (the one we "sleeped" to the Dunes a week / two ago). Once this is done, we'll probably apply the same process.
The benefits of this approach are:
1: It makes it very easy to manage one's camping inventory.
2: If you ever find you need something whilst camping, get it. Put it in the box. It will be there the next time.
3: We can decide to go camping on a whim (we do this often) and be ready to leave within thirty minutes.