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When I pass style=publist as a biblatex option and put \plauthorname[R. Daneel]{Olivaw} on the preamble, a @collection entry is printed as follows:

2005 (with Hari Seldon), eds. Foundations of Psychohistory.

However, if the same entry were of type @periodical, it would print instead:

2005 (with Hari Seldon), eds. Foundations of Psychohistory. Ed. by Hari Seldon and R. Daneel Olivaw.

How can I do to have @periodical work the same as @collection under the publist style.

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    Please consider adding an example document that reproduces the problem. Your question is of course understandable without it, but it is much easier to get started investigating this if we don't have to build your setup from scratch.
    – moewe
    Commented Jul 31, 2020 at 4:54

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This is a bug in biblatex-publist which I have just fixed for the next release (V. 1.18). I forgot to \clearname{editor} at two places.

Workaround:

\renewbibmacro*{editor}{%
    \if@hlauthor
        \ifnameundef{editor}
            {}
            {%
             \usebibmacro{bpl:marginyear}%
             \printnames{editor}%
             \setunit{\printdelim{editortypedelim}}%
             \usebibmacro{editorstrg}%
            }%
            \adddot\addspace%
            \usebibmacro{bpl:year+labelyear}%
            \clearname{editor}%
    \else% \if@hlauthor false
        \ifnameundef{editor}
            {}
            {%
             \usebibmacro{bpl:marginyear}%
             \usebibmacro{bpl:year+labelyear}%
             \addspace%
             \printnames{editor}%
             \setunit{\printdelim{editortypedelim}}%
             \usebibmacro{editorstrg}%
             \clearname{editor}%
            }%
    \fi% end of \if@hlauthor else condition
}

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