14164: Fix incorrectly set VTK_HAS_STD_ISFINITE variable.
This change is necessary for compilation with gcc in C++11 mode. The check_symbol_exists() macro that we had been using to find std::isfinite, std::isnan, and std::isinf always failed, so it wasn't doing anything useful. Both this macro and the newer check_cxx_symbol_exists() are unsuitable for std::isfinite etc. because these function might exist either as function templates, or as simple function overloads, depending on the compiler. As a side note, the existing checks for the c99 functions, e.g. cmake_symbol_exists(isnan "math.h" VTK_HAS_ISNAN) should instead use this: cmake_cxx_symbol_exists(isnan "cmath" VTK_HAS_ISNAN) because vtkMath.h includes cmath, not math.h, and on some systems math.h provides these function while cmath does not (or, cmath might only provide them within the std namespace). In fact, most instances of cmake_symbol_exists() in VTK should be replaced by cmake_cxx_symbol_exists() when VTK adopts a more recent CMake. Change-Id: I1ef7cd4daa52067badb0928d01c3f8b22953c601