Hi!  I think org-mode from master currently has a bug in agenda's
clockcheck mode.  Steps to reproduce:

1. Start emacs -Q and load org-mode master (b1353cb6f83)

2. Open a empty org-mode buffer, e.g.: C-x C-f test.org RET

3. M-x org-agenda RET

4. Hit "a" for "Agenda for current day or week"

5. Hit "v" then "c" to switch to clockcheck view

Expected results: clockcheck view is engaged (albeit empty given the
empty org-mode file)

Observed results: I receive the following error:

    org-duration-to-minutes: Wrong type argument: stringp, 0

Due to this error, clockcheck mode does not seem to activate.

Emacs  : GNU Emacs 25.1.1 (x86_64-apple-darwin15.6.0)
 of 2017-01-30
Package: Org mode version 9.0.5 (release_9.0.5-318-gb1353c @

Other information:

I suspect this is happening as of the recent switch to using the
org-duration library (7e8cf5f4c20), which replaced some/all uses of
org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes with org-duration-to-minutes.
org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes accepted an integer as its argument
(despite its name):

     ((integerp s) s)

In contrast, org-duration-to-minutes only expects a string as its
argument.  The "Wrong type argument" seems to be coming from its first
string-match-p call.

org-agenda-show-clocking-issues will potentially call
org-duration-to-minutes with the integer 0 as its argument:

    (mintime (org-duration-to-minutes
              (or (plist-get pl :min-duration) 0)))

The default value for org-agenda-clock-consistency-checks also
specifies :min-duration 0; that is, an integer rather than a string.

I cannot say whether org-duration-string should accept a number, as
org-hh:mm-string-to-minutes did, or instead whether org-agenda.el
should be changed to always pass it a string.

Kind regards,

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