more careful isfinite_() checks in skcms_TF_invert()
The fuzzer found a couple non-finite value edge cases:
In one, we end up with inv.a = inf, inv.d = finite, and tweak inv.b to
become -inf. Then when we assert ad+b >= 0, we calculate inf-inf >= 0,
which is nan >=0, false. To guard this, check tf_is_valid() after
b-tweak, which will catch any non-finite parameters.
In the other, gamma is large enough that we end up calculating
s = 0.983188629 + 0.951436281) ** 134.4673 == 3.45e38 == NaN
with powf_(). With s = NaN, so is as+b, and the check in powf_()
for x >= 0 fails. To fix, check isfinite_(s) before using s.
Bug: oss-fuzz:16674, oss-fuzz:16675
Reviewed-by: Brian Osman <email@example.com>
Commit-Queue: Mike Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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