CMake INACTIVITY_TIMEOUT not foolproof

In 2011, CMake implemented a file(DOWNLOAD INACTIVITY_TIMEOUT) option that uses cURL CURLOPT_LOW_SPEED_TIME to fail much earlier than a TIMEOUT option would when the connection speed is extremely slow. However, some systems intentionally block downloads, but do so in a way that fools the underlying cURL library into not tripping INACTIVITY_TIMEOUT. Rather than try to figure out a direct fix in cURL for this apparently longstanding problem, we instead decide to implement a CMake configure-time internet connectivity detection.

When a CTest test is comprised of a CMake script, this test can be setup as a FIXTURES_SETUP to avoid calling it repeatedly for each test, instead just once for a set of tests.

The key technique here is the URL that is used by Android devices to check connectivity. Any similar URL with zero or tiny download size would also be suitable.