When the FreeBSD qsort() implementation recurses, it does so using an
interposable function call, so we end up calling the interceptor again
and set the saved comparator to wrapped_qsort_compar. This results in an
infinite loop and a eventually a stack overflow since wrapped_qsort_compar
ends up calling itself. This means that ASAN is completely broken on
FreeBSD for programs that call qsort(). I found this while running
check-all on a FreeBSD system a ASAN-instrumented LLVM.
Fix this by checking whether we are recursing inside qsort before writing
to qsort_compar. The same bug exists in the qsort_r interceptor, so use the
same approach there. I did not test the latter since the qsort_r function
signature does not match and therefore it's not intercepted on FreeBSD/macOS.