linux – Updating text in a Markdown document with Bash

This is a small script to update my project’s README file. Notes on improvements from any aspect are welcome!

Here is the document it updates.

readme.sh (Executed like so: ./readme.sh)

#!/usr/bin/env bash

export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
export LANGUAGE=en:el

set -eu

domain_linecount=$(cat black_domain.txt | wc -l)
ipv4_linecount=$(($(cat black_ipv4.txt | wc -l)-$domain_linecount))
ipv6_linecount=$(($(cat black_ipv6.txt | wc -l)-$domain_linecount))

domain_entries=$(printf "%'d" $domain_linecount)
domain_size=$(du -h black_domain.txt | gawk -F't' '{ print $1 }')

ipv4_entries=$(printf "%'d" $ipv4_linecount)
ipv4_size=$(du -h black_ipv4.txt | gawk -F't' '{ print $1 }')

ipv6_entries=$(printf "%'d" $ipv6_linecount)
ipv6_size=$(du -h black_ipv6.txt | gawk -F't' '{ print $1 }')

sed -i 
    -e "s/(<td id="domain-entries">).*(</td>)/<td id="domain-entries">$domain_entries</td>/g" 
    -e "s/(<td id="domain-size">).*(</td>)/<td id="domain-size">${domain_size}B</td>/g" 
    -e "s/(<td id="ipv4-entries">).*(</td>)/<td id="ipv4-entries">$ipv4_entries</td>/g" 
    -e "s/(<td id="ipv4-size">).*(</td>)/<td id="ipv4-size">${ipv4_size}B</td>/g" 
    -e "s/(<td id="ipv6-entries">).*(</td>)/<td id="ipv6-entries">$ipv6_entries</td>/g" 
    -e "s/(<td id="ipv6-size">).*(</td>)/<td id="ipv6-size">${ipv6_size}B</td>/g" ./.github/README.md
# xmlstarlet is probably better to handle this