This is incidentally the difference between the old knob wind Linhof Rollex rollfilm backs and the later Super-Rollex backs with the advance lever. The older backs turned the takeup spool a constant amount for each frame, so frame spacing would increase. Unfortunately, they also assumed a certain film and paper backing thickness, so with thinner modern 120 films, they often produce overlapping frames. The later Super-Rollex back actually meters the film travel with the large rubber roller, so that it never has frame spacing problems.
The Voigtlander Superb TLR from the 1930s didn't have an auto-stop film advance, but it did have a ratcheting lever and a feeler wheel to measure the amount of film travel and transfer that information to a frame counting cylinder.